Hotel Catalonia Barcelona 505
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... already booked, but we were able to get tickets for 2:15 to enter the church and then 5:15 to see the tall towers. To kill time before our tour we took the subway to visit the bakery run by Josep’s (Conor’s grandparent’s foreign exchange student) family. We had originally planned on doing this Tuesday morning before our flight back, but thought that this 4 hour chunk of time was the perfect opportunity. We had to take the subway to the other side of Barcelona which is ...
... kitchen closed as soon as I arrived. Room was clean and quiet on the 6th floor. It's quite the walk up! But I took the elevator this one time since I had my bag. First things first, where should I go? I walk around a bit, walk past some ugly prostitutes and then have dinner at Sesamo. 80's playlist on repeat. Amazing. Food, amazing. Price, sooooo expensive. But I had 3 courses, a gin and tonic and water. So whatever. It was worth it. I spelt ...
... like feel to it, similar to the ones in Lisbon. To save money we tried out our cooking skills in Spain and found that we could make some delicious meals with what the supermarkets and limited kitchen had to offer. We hope to do a lot more cooking on the trip. We saw some iconic sights like La Sagrada Familia and Gaudi's Park Guell. We only looked at the outside of the church of la Sagrada Familia which was quite ...
We have had some amazing cuisine on this trip! Here is an assessment: * Dave loved Italy's gelato (daily!). He disliked the duck liver pate in a France. * Kim loved the French cheeses (daily!) and the fresh Greek vegetables from the gardens. She also has been enjoying the wines of all the regions (but that goes without saying!). Kim disliked the roasted red peppers with sardines. * Taylor loved Greece's Souvlaki (shaved gyro meat) and the fried ...
The next stop on my journey of visiting teacher friends in Spain was Barcelona. My friend Montse lived in Greensboro for one year teaching at jones immersion school. Now she is an English teacher in the town where she grew up just outside Barcelona. I happened to arrive on her birthday. She had a large gathering of friends getting together for a "cena de traje", a potluck. This was a fantastic first day, to celebrate my friend's birthday with ...