Inside Barcelona Apartments Esparteria
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... was nothing on this evening, but we went out for dinner to La Vinoteria de Call, on recommendation of Alex. Here we shared blue cheese croquettes, stuffed mussels, cured chorizo and ratatouille and sardines on flat bread and a bottle of red wine from the region. After dinner we wandered back to Las Ramblas and enjoyed churros and chocolate while people watching. It was great spending time with other people, especially after a very quiet day ...
... fan then this tour is certainly for you, booking and organising tickets was very easy through their website. with flexible tour times this allows for easier booking and is ideal for a school group. There was certainly a lot to be learnt about Barcelona FC club and the history of the club along with the minor and major achievements ...
... art museum. Excellent temporary exhibitions feature everything from mixed media to sculpture and photography.
2. Centre de Cultura ContemporÓnia & Foment de les Arts Decoratives--Housed in the 18th-century Casa de la Caritat, the CCCB is a focal point for the city’s thriving contemporary arts scene. It hosts innovative art exhibitions, lectures, film screenings and more, including multimedia and technology fairs during the popular Festival del ...
... was breathtakingly beautiful too.
After all that excitement we, well I needed a stiff drink so we had tapas & drinks outside facing the Placa Catalunya with it's beautiful fountains all lit up. It's a shame we can't do big fountains in Australia, we are such cheapskate. Honestly if Spain and Italy can afford them surely we can!
... gelato and chocolate croissants. Headed to the flamenco now. Flamenco was pretty cool. Maybe I'm too immature to appreciate the arts but I was laughing at some parts. It's so serious about love and heartache and they stomp the ground really hard. And they sing really deep. I would never experience this otherwise so I'm glad I did it. Leaving flamenco now headed on a quick night tour to see the lights of the city. Then the bus will drop off me and the Canadians so we can go to the ...