Feel At Home Barcelona - Ramblas Building
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... bar recommended by Fernado called Caatalania. We had a mixed tapas platte which consisted of Large pile of marinatted mild green chillies, Sardines, Pippies, Croquette & 4 fresh prawns washed down by a beautiful local Rose. Both the food &wine were sensational & it is quite cheap here eg a 750ml bottle of wine served at the table in the Tapas bar is E9,90. I like Spain. We walk back to our hotel & checkin. A ...
... and restaurants and on our final night, got our Spanish on with some Tapas, Paella and Sangria. Being at the end of our travels, we were impressed with the winter weather. We had three days of blue skies and although chilly on the second day, our final day was beautiful, bordering on hot! Almost T-shirt weather some may say! The jet lag followed us everyday and to a lesser degree, is still with us now. Hopefully in a couple of day, it will ...
... around us and almost unbelievably, standing next to us a Catalan man and his daughter( who was in one of the teams)both of whom spoke perfect English giving us a running commentary on the event. We could not believe our luck as there were thousands of people in the square and we were in the very best position to see it all! Absolutely the highlight of our trip so far. So thrilling and so scary watching these people who ...
... architecture. The quirky designs of Guadi sprinkled throughout the city had us intrigued. However it was the Gothic Quarter that was the highlight of the city for us.
Strolling along Las Rambles with the masses, it was so nice to slip off into the narrow little laneways of the Gothic Quarter. This area was filled to the brim with charm offering uber cool tapas bars, restaurants and quirky little shops. The architecture was captivating and we simply couldn’t get enough ...
... Spanish however in Barcelona they speak a dialect of
Spanish called Catalan which is a hybrid of French and Spanish, making it near
impossible to understand any signs or conversations. Although people who speak
Catalan understand Spanish, people who speak Spanish cannot understand Catalan.
Anyways, after some havoc trying to navigate our way to our hostel we made it…
and it was quite the shock. Out hostel was literally in the middle of no where
on top of ...