Sitges, Spain………..from Barcelona
We arrived in Barcelona early this morning. We both slept really well. I guess this touring and dining can be very tiring. Our room service coffee arrived followed later with breakfast in the dining room. Then we got our act together and met our tour group in the Princess Theater.
The brochure said that Sitges was an old fishing village. Wrong. There was nothing old about it except the church and half the people on our bus! But we still had a great time walking along the seawall, watching the many surfers and sizing up the many apartments and hotels for future reference, that is until we found out a small studio went for $450,000 Euros, and up!
When we got to the old church we came across a lively group of Spanish teenagers on a school outing. They posed for my camera after I told them I might be a National Geographic photographer! Then they applauded us as we made our way up the many steps to the church.
We walked around and found a sidewalk café where we both enjoyed coffees and grilled cheese sandwiches. While we were there, I noticed a windsurfer, grabbed my camera and mounted my 70-210 lens and headed to the rock pier. It was a lesson in action photography. You tell me how I did.
Catholic Church in Stiges
MA and a skinny street
Skinny Hotel in Stiges
Narrow street in Stiges
Hotel & Cafes along the Beach
Spanish teenagers on the church steps
Old medival seal of Spain
This is a masoleum near the port in Barcelona. Expensive cryps face the ocean. The others are on the othe side of the mountain.