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... Gaudi tile mosaics, decorative wrought iron, curving walls and many light wells to illuminate all rooms. Just a magnificent building whose roof terrace and attic deserve as much attention as the living spaces and atrium. We returned to Barcelona's old town for a Basque pintxo dinner and a glass of cava (Catalan champagne) before calling it a day. Becca's Corner: had to be a pintxo since we only ate fast food during the day. And the best pintxo was the chocolate truffle - of ...
... plate, a pate, mushroom and truffle oil sandwich and a goats cheese and dried tomato sandwich. As they shouted each dish I had to squeeze my way to the counter to collect the plates, but it was worth the struggle. I had no idea what I was eating half the time but the food was delicious and we got to taste a wide variety. We both had a little mid afternoon siesta, along with most of the hostel, before I went downstairs at 8:30 to join ...
... at l’aram, and she wondered aloud if I ever painted food, I decided to
do a piece just for she and Pere. I enjoyed gathering the ingredients at my neighborhood
market and assembled a still life, and the painting practically finished
itself. I will take it to them tomorrow; it would be thrilling to know a piece
of my artwork is hanging in Barcelona, and I want to let them know how much I appreciate
their kind attention.
... calçots. We’ve been keen to try calçots for ages but the season is quite short and we haven’t been in Catalunya at the right time before. They are really are tradition from the south of the region, around Valls and Tarragona, but their popularity has spread. Calçots are a type of mild scallion, related to the onion, usually served grilled with a romesco sauce. We stepped inside to have a look at the place and to find out ...
... 303 AD for refusing to renounce here religion. Her story bears a remarkable similarity to another saint of the same name who suffered the same fate in the city of Merida. As she is the patron saint of Barcelona's cathedral her feast is quite an important celebration.
The festival programme had a big concentration of events on the 8th and 9th of February which meant that we would not be able to see everything so we decided to go for ...