We stopped at this tapas restaurant in a tourist area. If you don't know what tapas is, you are going to wish you had some near you. The menu was the papers you see in front of us (they also gave us a book with English translations, but it was fairly obvious even without that). Each item had a name and a photo. You ordered various plates of things to share. Most had 4-5 bites of the food on it. Everything comes out as it is ready and you just keep ordering new things or more of the things you enjoyed. This was a great way to try new foods. We ended up eating here more than once this trip.
This is a really cool looking building. if you see at the top there are people who clearly have a great view of the city. On the left hand side of the photo you can see the elevator set aside. That elevator cost money. We just couldn't justify the price and it looked like on the right those might be stairs which we were hoping would be free. Those aren't stairs they were closed and for maintenance crew only. However after wandering around we noticed inside the building were free escalators. They took you right up to the top. Free.
Just one of the views from the top. You could walk around the entire thing and see all around the city.
From the top we could see this park behind the building. Wonderful Husband loves palm trees and one child was willing to pose for a photo.