Hotel Balneari Termes Victoria
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Balneari Termes Victoria Caldes de Montbui
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... less touristy and more refined area than the Barri Gotic and La Ramblas.
I found a great chiropractor at the last minute, and had an
adjustment to prepare for the next chapter.
And my new acquaintances, both at the restaurant and the
pastry shop, I would now dare call friends, as the mutual appreciation was
cemented with well-received gifts of paintings.
Eugenia, at l’aram, said ...
... an included dinner with sangria and paella which was yummy before going to see a flamenco dancing show which was really cool. The dancers clap, stomp their feet and dance with really fierce kind of looks on their faces. After that we went to a bar across the square where we got a free shot with every drink until 12:30 (we didn't take the shots, you really don't need them!) they free pour here rather ...
We were off to the airport by 7:00 am. Our flight from Barcelona to Paris was leaving at 10:15. With 50 people in our group, we had to allow enough time to get everyone checked in. This is where we bid farewell to Simon. He will be missed. He was an excellent tour guide. The check-in went smooth. Of course, Laurie and I took the lead and moved to the front of the line. So ...
... retire early today (didn't happen, worked on blog for 3+ hours), so I went searching for food.
Saw a crepes place, that looked like. So I had an olives and manchego cheese crepe with a glass of wine at Creps al Born. Friendly service. Crepes here in Spain are soft, not crispy or crunchy. :( After, I wanted something small and sweet, so I went searching for that. Found at pastry place, was going to have that cream inside the roll thing, but saw the cheesy cream ...
... stools and meeting the many
people you sat with. No such thing as personal space, you touched every person
you sat beside and as the wait staff moved about, I had to lean over the table
to allow them to pass. They also would come to you, ask you to stand whilst
they moved your stool just a couple of inches one way to allow a ‘path’ through
the people. The atmosphere was infectious; everyone dang clapped and even found
small spaces ...