HOTEL PORT DES TURRENT
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... service cafe and then browsed the farmer's market - a line of stalls along one side of the Escolania Promenade - selling cheese, honey, membrillo (quince paste), bread and pan de higo (fig bread) - before taking in the views across the valley. Having sampled the produce from the stalls earlier we stopped on our way back to buy some manchego, a tub of quince paste and two small fig loaves.
Santa Cova - Going ...
... and smashing some serious toamtos in the process.
1. Wear clothes you are happy to (involuntarily) part with.
Rationale: Not only will your clothes seriously smell disgusting (Tomato, wine, beer and sweat is one hell of a mix) post tomato throwing and often during, clothes are ripped off you.
2. Swimming goggles or snorkelling masks are a must.
... organizations comprised of Primary Care Providers, Specialists, Urgent Care Centers, and Hospitals ALL under one umbrella. They are ACCOUNTABLE for the quality of care AND the cost delivered to the patient population.
The ultimate goal of ACOs are to create a highly coordinated approach to delivering care across many specialties in order to increase efficiencies and cut costs. ACOs receive a fixed amount of money ...
... Best) Customs
2) Menu del Dia - a huge 3 course meal available around 2 for super cheap.
3) Festivals, such as tomatina (its worth a google) and Fallas
4) Buying fresh, cheap food at the market, WITHOUT PRESERVATIVES.
5) No tipping!!! Cabs, restaurants, nada
6) Tea EVERYWHERE.
7) Partying until sunrise consistently, and not waking up until 10, accompanied by incredibly cheap alcohol.
8) Besos and ...
... a bad mood. As the market closed we walked across the street to yet another quaint cafe. We enjoyed morro, which turned out to be face of pork. In my mind this is the jowl, however it was the snout. Quite an experience. This was paired with some Bobal and a dish of pulpo: octopus over potato with paprika and garlic, recommended by Raul, our fabulous, handsome waiter.
We have the weekend off again and will spend it in Barcelona!