Churros gone, we walked fast back home, getting wetter and wetter stopping only at the bakery for a couple of pieces of custom pizza and a pain au chocolat.
We spent our last night at Gemini, the little restaurant up the street. I had the gnocchi special, topped with a fresh red sauce, cherry tomatoes, basil, and burrata. MLW repeated with the cutlet au citron, not as good tonight as the last time but good nonetheless. We were only the second table at 7:45, when we left an hour later the place was full.
Tomorrow, we take the fast train to Barcelona.
We take a lot of photos on our trips, typically in the 1000-2000 range. Very, very few of them make it into my blog, because often they are not important to whatever story I am trying to tell in a given post. But they can be interesting in their own right, because the windows and storefronts in foreign cities are completely different than anything we see at home. So here are some of our favorites, from the time we arrived until tonight.