Ladies shopping day, yeahhh finally!!! As you know a month ago I was in Aspasios blogging night out and I was the winner of a 100 euro voucher for la Roca Village luxury brands shopping center. Who can say no to that? Sales, two ladies and a place full of brand shops waiting for us.

I met with my friend Mireia and we were ready to go for a ladies shopping day, full of gossiping, talking, browsing and choosing the best outfit and of course shoes.

La Roca Village is a shopping center outside Barcelona, we took the shopping express bus from Barcelona city center and it took around 40 minutes to get there. The bus left us right in the front door, very comfortable, with air conditioning and there was also a guided tour in English so we could hear what monuments we were passing by on our way.

The bus costs 20 euros go and return, if you have your own way to La Roca Village you can do a return ticket for 16 euros. You can get to la Roca by your own on a vehicle or take the Shopping bus the one we took.

We got there are we had loads of shops to go through. I was surprised of how many different shops and brands there were, I had been before but a long time ago.

We started with some clothes and got into Levi's, pretty ballerinas what a temptation, swatch watches beautiful, Calvin Klein underwear and jeans etc..

Not long until we found the deal of the day, two pairs of Camper shoes for 90 euros!! What the hell? We could not resist it, so we started trying lovely shoes until we found the ones for us!

Check them out, I am the blacky girl and the yellow one is Mireia, this yellowish shoes were amazing lucky her, they were not available in my size. We went out from Camper with: 5 pairs of shoes. Ooops...you know, they were gorgeous, we couldn't resist.

Black+and+yellow+choices

It was time for ladies lunch, cuscus and mango salad and macaroni veggies and cheese at Pasarela restaurant. The restaurant was good and delish food but a bit overpriced. One starter and a main course each with a shared dessert and soft drinks went up to 64 euros so a bit too much.

My recommendation would be to open up more restaurants, Mediterranean or Italian to have different kinds of cuisines, there were not a lot of options to eat, mainly sandwiches in cafeterias and the only restaurant was the one were we ate.

Our day was very good, we really enjoyed the experience, full of shops and great deals we could not resist. I just need sometime to organize my wardrobe and shoe boxes to fit the new arrivals!


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