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... To escape the heat some hostel friends and I spent the day in one of the city's vast parks. Come sunset we went out on the hostel bar crawl, complete with a salsa club at the end of the night. Personally I found the Spanish dance a little too fast paced, but it was fun to try and keep up.
Further west again and we arrived in Lisbon, Portugal's capital city. Despite being so far west, ...
... cultural background. Meanwhile I was enjoying my first alcohol in
Europe- a bright and refreshing Sangria with crisp fruit. The olive and white
bean appetizer was accompanied by Carmen’s bread and bread sticks of course.
Then I had an amazing variation of a traditional southern Spanish dish: octopus
and paprika over pureed potatoes. Who knew octopus could be comfort food? Finally I couldn’t believe how satisfying
... in before we started looking around though. However most of the hotels we walked into were either booked out or over our budget. Eli tried to find one using his wifi while Mike and Kyria kept walking down the street popping in to the hotels. I guess it is the holiday season and probably the most popular part of town. We kept walking in the end and did finally find a hotel that had two rooms left. They needed our passports but we didn’t have any ...
... having to bail out other countries.
I understand the feeling that Catalnya feel they are different and have the right to be their own country but if they were smart and truly weighed the cost of independence with the risky benefits, they would see that independence is not the right choice. Because once things get better, this feeling will subside once again and there will no need for all this ...
... of us?)
We didn't even make it a block down the street and a small sign on a door caught my eye. The restaurant was called Rosal34; we struck gold. This was a Michelin rated restaurant in the middle of nowhere tucked away in Barcelona. We went in with the intention to get a few tapas and a glass of wine and continue wandering. After a few minutes of not know what anything on the menu meant, we decided to go with the 8 course tasting menu. Every course ...