Travel Blogs from Calafell
... for a glass or two of wine and snacks. The girls came and went as they were most interested in a sweet toy shop on the Placa so were able to freely toodle back and forth between our table and the shop without us at their side. We lingered in the Placa for a couple of hours taking in the local scene and enjoying the white wine in the outdoors. Then back to our flat for a late meal and bed time. Off to see more Gaudi ...
... all it has to offer, and I was even sadder to leave the city, but we definitely crammed as much as we could into our short weekend. The best advice I have received since I’ve been here is to explore as much of Europe as possible, but leave something to come back to. Barcelona was a city that truly captured my heart. Its personality, whim, colors, liveliness, and its water all made in impact on me. There is so much I have yet to explore, so Barcelona, I’m sure I’ll be back for you someday. ...
Driving down into Spain, again no passport stamps, we are looking for the origin of the Palafox family. We find Palafrugell and get excited not only to find it but to find out that they were wine cork makers, this explains the draw to drinking wine maybe? Driving thru town we laugh as we find a Palafrugell Garden Center, how much more can we relate? Satisfied with having found the origin of Palafox name we continue our ...
... Alot of the menus we have come across in non-English speaking countries tend to have an English version but this one didnt so much.
As we have successfully done before, we closed our eyes and randomly picked a few tapas and crossed our fingers, having no idea what we were ordering. The first culinary experience was a hit...thin sliced steak on roasted sweet potato, topped with grilled pineapple (grilled pineapple has almost changed my opinion about hot fruit...as ...
... with a little help from a map and our skills in finding treasures (geocaches). After check in at the hotel, we went to a small supermarket (or kiosk) we had noticed on our way (and just 50 meters from the hotel) where we bought a six pack of 1.5 liter water. It should last a couple of days. The hotel room is modern, and there is free wifi ...
Other places to stay in Calafell
Cl Vilamar 79 , Calafell | 3 star hotelfrom $49
Calle Costa Daurada 1, Calafell | 3 star hotelfrom $66
Mossen Jaime Soler 44, Calafell | 4 star hotelfrom $74
Av Sant Joan de Deu 119, Calafell | Hotelfrom $58
Carrer Vilamar 94, Calafell | 1 star hotelfrom $56
C/Vilamar 101, Calafell | 3 star hotelfrom $60
Placa Catalunya 29, Calafell | 3 star hotelfrom $87