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It would be unfair for me to judge Barcelona by comparing it to our last trip abroad, Patagonia. There will never, I can hardly imagine, be a place that resonates more with all of us. As it was, a week before we were due to leave for Spain, Jenny asked, "Why aren't we just going to back to El Chalten?" Billy and I glanced at each other and I grabbed the computer only to find I could get us there but not back (and as we know, that would just about be ok with us). With that being ...
... because it is a more remotely located restaurant the waiters had difficulty with some terms and they even had to invite a patron over to translate my request for a non-alcoholic beverage. This is apparently not a request they get often. Finally made our way to a jazz club called Harlem Jazz club. It was a blues jam session. Interesting characters there. Good music and I did write most of this entry there. More to ...
... to. The restaurant itself was a little hole in the wall with the walls packed tight with every imaginable alcohol. The key to eating was to battle your way to a surface, wether it be the counter, a table or the shallow bar that rimmed the shop - where we ended up. The menu was pretty large and not too cheap, but as our food budget for that day was going so well we decided to get 4 dishes. We did a half combined meat plate, a half ...
... of Barcelona (gothic and build between the 12th and the 15th century) to Palau de la Generalitat, Palau Reial and Plaça Reial. To get there you go through a labyrinth of small beautiful streets with shops and typical Spanish bars with tapas and Patta Negra hams hanging outside. We had a good (yesss) cappuccino on a little terrace and after a couple of hours we bought some things to eat, walked to Barcelonetta and sat on the gras in front of the boats in the harbor ...
We arrived in port around 6 am and were off the ship by 7:15. They have a system down in Barcelona. We are on a Barcelona City and Momserratt tour. If you are going to Barcelona, I highly recommend Barcelona Day Tours. Our guide, Anna, was a book of information on history, religion, architecture, restaurants, etc Christopher Columbus statue was supposed to be facing America but instead when it was erected, it is facing Italy. Most of inhabitants of Barcelona are Catholic. Only ...
Other places to stay in Calafell
Cl Vilamar 79 , Calafell | 3 star hotelfrom $87
Calle Costa Daurada 1, Calafell | 3 star hotelfrom $80
Mossen Jaime Soler 44, Calafell | 4 star hotelfrom $110
Av Sant Joan de Deu 119, Calafell | Hotelfrom $65
Carrer Vilamar 94, Calafell | 1 star hotelfrom $72
Placa Catalunya 29, Calafell | 3 star hotelfrom $84
C/Vilamar 101, Calafell | 3 star hotelfrom $68