Catalonia Mikado Hotel
Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... the five main beaches and several smaller ones.
Museum of Archeology
Casc antic (old part of the city)
Roman amphitheatre--The Roman amphitheatre, next to the sea, was built in the second century.
Major Events Tarragona International Dixieland Festival. the week before Holy Week, end of march. he unique Dixieland festival in Spain and one of the most important in Europe: 25 bands and 100 concerts. edit
... I found a food market just off it filled with all sorts including fruit, olives, meat, fish, chocolates, sweets and bread. The displays were fantastic.
It was on La Rambla where I decided to have dinner of tapas and paella, accompanied with a rather large glass of sangria. In the restaurant I met a lovely American couple who I'm guessing were in their late 60s and were heading off on a cruise the following day. They were great ...
Apparently I'm in need of a blog. I've never been much of a writer, I guess you could say. I've never kept a diary or anything of that nature, but a blog sounds like a good idea considering I enjoy typing much more than I enjoy writing. I guess this is where I write my stories, include food and recipes that I don't want to forget, blah blah blah. So I guess I'll jump right in.
First off, I am staying in Barcelona for three months as an Au Pair with ...
... their spread wares – mosaic lizards and bright beaded bangles, displayed on a square 1x1meter of cream muslin, turn around to draw Marion or Keiths attention to something that had caught my eye, turn back and puff they were no where to be seen – no doubt the vendors spiriting their wares – and themselves to another corner, before being sent on their way by park attendees or the law. There was much to be seen in the park - bridges that looked like ...
... hot!! So I tried to hydrate as much as possible. Sweating every step of the way there, I finally made it... I can certainly, say without a doubt, for me at least, it Was So Worth Sweating every drop to see, Not JUST a Regular park, but a Masterpiece! Never have I seen such a marriage of art with nature, but within itself an expression of color and brilliance. It gave me joy to see such a creation, that wasn't meant to be in any museum, but to be enjoyed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services