Travel Blogs from Cornella de Llobregat
... minutes gets to busy, Jonazon takes over. Which he is barely allowed to do. We order the cutest little half bottle of wine, and then some tapas. Mushroom risotto, artichoke and lemon pasta, battered hake, and some sort of brussell sprout dish which they are out of so we get a bread with tomatoes, which really ends up being tomato paste of course. All are very good per usge, especially the pasta. The tomato jam on bread was nothing special, but edible none the less. The food was ...
... and an email. By now though it was too late for him to get the passport and get it back to me so I accepted that I wasn't going to get it before getting on the bus. The next step was just to make sure that the hostel did actually have it and that Sverre was able to get it to me before my next trip. Just as I got settled on the bus, Sverre called and I explained everything. He then called back to say that he had my passport, phew, and that he'll get it to me ...
... on a hill to defend the town from the marauding soldiers of the Catholics It was known as the citadel. There were signs of habitation carved into the rock cliff. While in Arles we saw the remains of the roman amphetheatre where gladiator contests were held also the Romanesque cathedral. Arles is now the home of the Romanesque gypsies and the camargue cowboys. This evening we had the captains welcome cocktail after which we were taken to dinner at a restaurant after which ...
... a mid afternoon nap and then headed out for tapas. Great fun trying all the small plates of food - nothing heavy. Saw evidence of the very expensive Jambon which is a regional delicacy, s sliced very thinly and carefully weighed before serving, I guess they feed the pigs only acorns which flavours the ham. We decided to save this delicacy for a post-Camino dining treat. I did try ordering two pigs ears (also a regional treat according to Rick Steeves) but instead got ...
... to be completed in about 25 years. The cathedral is magnificent, words cannot describe it.
Had some free time to grab a bite to eat amongst the many thousands of people. The food is amazing and so much of it. One thing I have noticed is the food is quite oily as they use a lot of olive oil. . It is such a busy place also. Had some paella before heading back to the hotel.
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