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Sooo.. The difference between Barri Gothic and L'eixample accommodation is

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Am I right in saying that the difference between Barri Gothic and L'eixample for accommodation is:
BG- aside from the smaller streets, this is more lively at night. Lots of cafes, smaller shops, bars etc...
L'E - more upper class area, wider streets, cafe and restaurants but not as lively at night
We will be there in Late August for 7 nights and looking for an apartment that gives us an area to step outside our apartment and drop in to a cafe/restaurant at any time of the day... We want people, life and culture...
When we stayed in Rome, we had this and would like to replicate this here...
By the way, if anyone wants to know - two of us, married, 45 - 50 ish :)
Also something close to everything but I am aware everything is close to something...

Thanks for your input in advance.

Kirsten

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