Caballero San Juan
Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... all out but I laughed in return and told him it's been the best adventure of the whole trip. It really was. He seemed relieved by the response but was still concerned about finding our way back to the hotel as both John's and Ronny's GPS were not working. I looked at the positioning of the Citadel and the flow of the water in a nearby creek and advised that the water will lead us to the main lake which was close to our hotel. John claimed my reasoning was ...
16 euros for a gin and tonic at the Hilton hotel bar - cheaper places to drink thank you!
Generally friendly people - but some of them hate their jobs (doesn't matter which country you live in).
Doesn't matter where you live ladies still have to line up for toilets!!
They bring their dogs into the shopping mall and inside the shops and you actually do have to dodge doggy poo! Fail!
There are massive bins scattered around the streets everywhere - ...
... The city itself has wonderful sections of older residential areas surrounding majestic churches and quaint restaurants that beckon you to linger and enjoy the wonderful ambience. We are excited to bring the kids back here next summer to surf and explore.
We had our anniversary dinner last night at a Michelin 3 star restaurant, located on top of a ridge with ...
... to head back to the apartment.
I spent most of the day making food. Haven't had a proper kitchen for more than 2 weeks so it was good to be able to cook again. Its my relaxation. Made hummus for the first time but I added to much lemon so it was too sour. Good texture but a sub-par version. Even my red-pepper bulgur stew was ...
... top this time we noticed a great drop in temperature as well as a much stronger wind.
Therefore we abandoned our next agenda item which was going to be the cable cars, and stayed on the bus as it went around the marina. We could see that there were two large cruise ships in port so that may be one reason for the influx in tourists today.
As the day had deteriorated weather wise, we switched to the green route to see what it had to offer. It started off ...