Petit Palace Barcelona
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... a wooly mammoth!!??). I rolled into the central area where I paused for a lateish bite washed down by a huge jarra and revisited the plans to catch up with J. Although I am getting my bearings in this city, the older section is full of narrow and twisted routes so I am never fully sure I am heading in the most efficient travels from A to B. In this city getting from A to B sometimes involves passing F, M, C and W ( although one then finds there was just as quick way via U, C and R) ...
... 8217;t go, my interest in climbing waned, I took up other pastimes and enjoyed the experience and equal challenges of family life.
Throughout all the adventures of the last twenty years, the love of mountains has stayed deep within me but has only been manifest by a little rock climbing and trekking in Nepal. Everest has often been on the horizon - physically and metaphorically.
You must be wondering why I ...
... the best mangos I have ever had! Amanda loved it. We bought a small container of papaya as well but were not big fans.
The seafood section was by far the best part. All the shrimp, crabs, lobsters, oysters, etc were still alive and moving slowly. you just knew the food was as fresh as you could possibly get it. I kept seeing fresh bluefin tuna and really wanted to try some. but all the pieces for sale were way too big so we kept ...
... seat quickly, we only waited about 10 minutes (seating is very limited). We order the seafood mix with included two types of fish, mussels, prawns, squid, other other seafood the I had never seen. It was really a fantastic experience eating at the markets and much better than any restaurant. We went for a walk through the small alleyways and stopped for a mojito at one on the cafés.
... we went to a couple wonderful Christmas concerts including a traditional Catalan singer and a soul/blues concert performed by a group from Ghana called the Sey Sisters.
We also had fun trying out different tapas bars together and found that our favourite was the bar in the historic market, La Boqueria. Called Pinotxo, this bar was well known for its fresh seafood tapas as well as some succulent meat dishes. We learned that you have to arrive well ...