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... 160;A little pricey but worth it. Our bill was $50 Euro for the meals, two 1/2 liter beers, and tip. The Dunn's was $75 as both had paella. We walked along the harbor before taking a taxi back to the hotel. 15 Euro cab tab so we were glad we have the Dunns to split it with. Barcelona is a beautiful city but you can't walk it like we did Madrid. Taxis add up for visitors as the tour director advised us not to take the subway. A few in ...
... E41,00 ($57)......... magnificent cheap food and wine with extremely professional waiters. It was time to walk it off, so we set off for the market, some 2.5 km away but sadly it had closed at 3pm. But we saw more of fabulous Barcelona.
Last night we had a group dinner at Balthazar, a nearby restaurant. I was slightly disappointed that it was international fare rather than Catalonian cuisine. Anyhow food was good and our travel companions seem a good lot.
... The architecture is beautiful and the Casa Batllo was just one amongst many that were designed by Antonio Gaudi. The street lights were extremely ornate as were the mosaic tiled benches all along the way. We found a beautiful garden at the end of this street that was the perfect setting for a picnic lunch, with an organic market close by we bought a salad and sat ...
... in the very heart of Barcelona and our apartment is at the top of the historic Las Ramblas pedestrian walk way. In true tourist fashion, we brought our Rick Steve's book and a camera with us as we walked toward the marina and learned about the area. We highly recommend Rick Steve's "Spain" book. Las Ramblas is a bustling tourist district and we would have missed out on some spectacular sights without this great insight. ...
... often I will respond in French to Spanish inquiries because that jumps to the forefront more quickly. I'm hoping this gets better as we go and are more immersed in Spanish communities (which as it turns out is exactly what happened, though we always had French people along the route). What is interesting is that French is often the common language between us for people we encounter who cannot speak English.
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