Goleta Yasanti Bed & Breakfast
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... Universal Exposition of 1888. By this time of day our group was becoming quite hungry so we wandered toward the old quarter of the town looking for a place to eat. In this area the streets are narrow and a variety of shops and restaurants can be found. Ornate churches and beautiful plazas are found in this area as well. We enjoyed another good meal, sharing a variety of tapas including fried squid, grilled octopus and shrimp. We also ate some tasty hamburgers there ! ...
... wheels lock and don't rotate grr- but it fits in the lift) and went food shopping. I've found an amazing little fresh fruit and veg shop opposite my apartment pretty much so bought loads of over sized produce. When craig came home we went out and exchanged one of the sofa cushions for a more jazzy one and bought another. Our sofa is now very well ...
... technology and became an immensely wealthy city in fairly short order.
It was incredibly interesting to be shown the city by someone who has embraced it as their own and we really learned a lot while meandering through the narrow streets of the historical center. Of course we also asked Lowri to give us some recommendations for restaurants and other things to see around town which was hugely helpful as well. As the tour finished up just after the sun went down we ...
... suffocatingly hot like around noon ]
- Barcelona is a young city, definitely not as historic or famed as Paris or Roma.
- Barcelona is also one man's city - Antoni Gaudi. Most of the artsy/sightseeing type stuff here will have this man at the helm
- Seems to have a lot of young people. Definitely the prettiest girls of the 3 cities I visited ;) Though I must say I can't fully say I have explored Paris as I ...
... Miami. Alturo has family here, and they love Barcelona
because it is a city with a small town feel, and every other person they
interact with is from another culture...kindred types. They make everything from scratch, and I will
have trouble ever eating a “bagel” again, after their homemade version (dense
without being chewy) with their hummus and crispy vegies.
I thought I might miss my dessert place in Ballard,
Hotcakes, but ...