Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... city in Catalan. We had a nice sandwich for lunch...I love the wonderful long crunchy baguettes they have here, like in France. Will miss them a lot when we go home.
In walking the winding alleys, we passed a lot of interesting graffiti, mainly on the doors that are pulled down over store entries.
At 4:00 PM our group gathered in the lobby bar and we brought a few bottles of cava and some nuts and potato ...
... street, but didn’t go far enough since the hotel clerk had told me it was only about 30 meters from the initial intersection. I found the shop and purchased two eight-packs of Coke cans. The cost was an astounding 4.50 euros per pack, which is $5.90 or 74 cents per can. Back home in Washington, a 12-pack of Coke cans sells for about $3 when on sale; that works out to 25 cents per can. So the price of Coke here in this small Barcelona grocery store was triple what I’d ...
... 0px 0px 0.25em; border: none; ">Patatas bravas - A staple tapa dish, taking french fries to another level, with the garlic and tomato creamy sauce. Bursting with flavor! I was never a fan of ketchup, so I'm glad people in the other side of the world agree with me :-)
... few times already.
The bus takes us to Catalunya, and from the bus we had a glimpse of what was to come. I was excited. From Catalunya, we were to take the train two stops to Jaume I. Being New Yorkers, we walked.
The problem with walking with your luggage is that there are a lot of cobble stone streets, and we heard 'cluck-cluck-cluck-cluck-cluck' most of the way... times three! But along the way, we saw all ...