Hotel Medium Sitges Park
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... passing traffic. ... It's now 9.59 pm. We went out to Parrots and watched the world go by. We ended up meeting up with a couple who Pudd's friend Craig knew, David and Stephen. They're Scottish but live in Sitges and seem to be very interested in the local real estate market. They gave us some advice about where to buy here and said they'd be happy to look at places for us after we leave town. Very handy for yes and they seem like nice guys. We them went ...
... the vinegar they will know which acetaia, as well as which batch, it came from.
I know I've gone into great length about vinegar but I am always awe struck by the care that goes into making artisanal food products. I have found such passion and love for producing quality food here in Europe and while we do have those types of artisans in the states, I think our fast food culture is doing us a disservice. So when I come home I'm going to ...
... We arrived at the airport not knowing how we were going to get to our hostel. We had no specific must-sees. My mantra this whole time has been "go with the flow". Needless to say, this "plan" fits in with the culture seamlessly.
Day 4 (of pre-travel): Got up at the crack of dawn and trekked across Paris to the airport. Once we finally made it to the airport and got all settled in the airplane, I was immediately passed out with exhaustion. We arrived at the hostel ...
... is that I thought that the site was a religious site; yet, it is the first national park of Spain. There are many areas to hike, walk, and pray. I decided to hike to the end of the peak. That is where I was able to get some great photos. I can only post a few here. This journey took the entire day. I headed back to Barcelona and arrived in town about 8:00PM. After a quick stop for Tapas, I headed back to the hotel to plan for the next ...
... was really cool, definitely glad we went. Wednesday night we went to Marsella, which is an absinthe bar that's one of the oldest bars in Barcelona- Ernest Hemingway would come here for drinks. Not a huge fan of absinthe though, it tastes like licorice. On Friday, Chad's best friend was in town and so was Nadine's friend so we went to the beach and hung out for a while, then took the funicular up to Montjuic just in time to ...