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Finding a dinner date
We spotted Casa Alfredo on the way back to the hotel, it looked inviting, with a deli and cafe at the front and a dining room behind. Back at the hotel we read a few reviews online - all of which were positive about the food - and decided to give it a try for dinner.
A quick phone call revealed that they were fully booked for the evening. Undeterred we thought it worth trying ...
As Sunday is free day in Barcelona, I hit up a couple of museums to make the most of this. The first was Palau Guell. I arrived about 40 minutes before it opened, croissant, coffee and some fruit in hand, to eat my way through the wait. Arriving early was a very good idea as the queue quickly assembled. The inside of Palau Guell was pretty cool. It's difficult to describe, but definitely worth a visit. The attention to detail throughout the house was amazing. One of the best rooms ...
... street called La Rambla a sea of people where there are a lot of pickpockets, so best to keep bags in front. Went to the market saw a variety of food and sweets and fish. Some black market sellers had bags and other goods in a large sheet that was tied at each corner. I had a seafood burrito at the market and Prue had a pastry. Went to the Apple ...
... is, exactly twenty-four hours after we left our Singapore hotel, we’re unpacking our bags in Barcelona. The time change means it’s only midday here. We now face a dilemma. Do we call it a day and try to catch up on the sleep we didn’t get on the plane, or do we get out and look around?
It’s now 6:00 PM. We’ve just returned from our all afternoon sightseeing tour and ...
... piano playing old American (1930's era?) music (singing in Spanish or Catalan) and an acoustic punk group playing for no one but themselves. When we got back to our B&B we found a bottle of cava (Spanish champagne) and a note from our hosts - 'Feliz Luna de Miel' (Happy Honeymoon). How thoughtful! We will save that for after our siesta ...