Best Things to Do in Barcelona Barcelona has some of the most unique and inspiring architecture in the world, so a tour of the city's parks, museums and churches is a must. You won't want to miss out on seeing Gaudí's Casa Batlló, Sagrada Familia and Parc Güell. Later, relax on the waterfront with a cool cerveza (beer) or glass of cava, accompanied by some tapas, all the while enjoying a picturesque view of the Mediterranean. After a brief siesta, we suggest you hit the nightlife
<h3><a href="http://www.santiagosbodega.com/">Santiago’s Bodega</a></h3> <i>802 Virginia Drive, (407) 412-6979</i> <br>This pan-Mediterranean serving up tapas-style dishes is definitely not known for its low cost menu items. However, happy hour is the exception. From 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. you can get the shareable plates for just $5, a fraction of the regular cost, along with $3 sangria, half priced wine by the glass and $3 beer. <br> <br>Photo via beccajourdan/Instagram
Gold-colored wheat beer with fine-pored, white foam. Reminiscent of lush nature in the summer and smells of fresh spices and fragrant flower meadows. Full-bodied and fizzy, with a fresh, citrus hop note. Goes well with salad, Mediterranean vegetable dishes, white meat, whole grain bread with fresh goat cheese, cream of pumpkin soup and Heublumenbergkäse.
Ginger Flavored Green Tea - Med Instead of Meds. Mediterranean Diet: Green tea is an excellent source of antioxidants. The ginger adds a refreshing twist to the usual green tea. Use of sugar is optional.