Last day


So we took the train to Sitges. Took about 40 minutes. Clean and safe. The ride starts with lots of graffiti leaving Barcelona. Reminded me of Brooklyn a little ways out of town you start to see rocks some mountain. The the water. Sitges is a small bustling beach town with beautiful beaches tiny boutiques and a million places to eat. We walked and finally found the restaurant we had been to before for rice a la Banda. It has seafood in it was has a wetter consistency than paella. Aioli ops it off. Pan con tomate tortilla espagnola and an unbelievable jamon jabugo with melon and mint
Wish this hadn’t crashed so many times and I could have described these great meals. Clothes a little snug but all in all a wonderful adventure with cousins
But as Dorothy says “There’s no place like home”


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