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For the last few years we've managed to combine La Merce with Tarragona's Santa Tecla. The dates of Santa Tecla are pretty much fixed whereas La Merce moves about a bit dependent upon what day the 24th falls on.
For the past couple of years we've had the choice of missing the opening ceremony of La Merce, the Toc d'Inici or one of the …
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The theme of their first day turned into "Views of Barcelona" (and "Wine", but that seemed to a daily theme!). We started by going halfway up Tibidabo to a great little restaurant called Mirablau. The teachers often go there after school for a drink and an incredible view of Barcelona. We sat in the sun, drank cava, ate olives and caught up on the past eight months! We repeated the eating, drinking and chatting at the bar atop the Majestic Hotel in ...
... the evening menu being more expensive than the day time one.
The food arrived and was very good, except for the fruit platters for dessert which looked pretty but where generally under-ripe. However when the bill arrived, it was clear that we had been charged the full rate of €18. This was slightly disappointing. They had seen us looking at the menu del dia when we arrived and should at least have been polite enough to explain their mistake. ...
... my eyes look like a road map, with main roads in red and secondary roads in black going everywhere. I meet Ana and Anja, who visited Melbourne last year, and Maya who I met in Buenos Aires in April. It's wonderful to catch up with people you've met in a different place. The Sitges tango festival is very international - there are lots of Italians as well as Swedish, Swiss, Germans, Norwegians, and Argentinians living in Spain. I meet Stefania and Claudia from Verona and ...