Apartamento Bruc

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CALLE BRUC 78, Barcelona, 8009, Spain
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Internet Cafes?

by jkmjpd

Are there internet cafes in Barcelona? We are departing from there on a cruise. Does anyone know if there are internet cafes in: Alicante, Malaga, and Cadiz, Spain? How about Lisbon and Funchal, Portugal and Casablanca, Morocco?
Thank you for any help on this subject.

Re: Internet Cafes?

by xinoxano

Strange question: of course there are lots of internet caf├ęs in Barcelona. Also in any Spanish and Portuguese town and also surely in a big city in Morocco like Casablanca.

As for Barcelona, you can find some on this link

http://www.world66.com/europe/spain/catalonia/barcelona/cybercafes

You are from the USA, aren't you?

Re: Internet Cafes?

by jkmjpd

Thank you very much. We were just in the Dominican Republic for eight days and had trouble finding internet cafes so just thought we should check.
Yes, you guessed correctly, I am from Dallas.

Re: Internet Cafes?

by dino335

In Barcelona they also have coin operated internet stations in some of the Metro Stations, I can't recall exactly which ones, but I do remember checking email on these machines which had a keyboard and a plastic ball thingie to move the cursor.

Re: Internet Cafes?

by Bada-Ran

not only there are lots of internet cafes, but also, if you manage to find a public library (there are several in the centre of the city) you have FREE internet!

Re: Internet Cafes?

by xinoxano

jkmjpd: would you have made the same question if you were to go to Paris or to Berlin?

That's why I asked you if you were from the USA: many Americans still think that Spain is not a developed country.

Re: Internet Cafes?

by dino335

The question was answered. Now you want to give the questioner a hard time because of some misconceptions and lack of travel experience?

Re: Internet Cafes?

by xinoxano

I just wanted to open his/her eyes on this subject. I don't think this is going to give him/her a hard time and if it does, he/she maybe will let us know.

Re: Internet Cafes?

by freland

Just to add to the matter that there are different kinds of places where you can use Internet - as mentioned by Dino and BadaRan -
I think 'inter-locutorio' where you also can make cheap international calls is the most common, you can also ask for 'cyber/cafe' among others in Travel/bar/s, hotels, hostals etc.

If you wanted to know WHere/HOW to find them in other cities, perhaps ask in the respective Portugal's and Casablanca forum/s.

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Travel Tips for Barcelona

Spend some time at the...

by sheryl_tan

Spend some time at the Ramblas. Take a walk along La Rambla, a long street that streches about a mile lined with many shops and cafes. You also get to see buskers performing along the Ramblas. You can find lots of shops along the two sides of the Ramblas too. This is where you are going to get your postcards and souvenirs for your love ones at home. Entiendo?

This was a building located in...

by zizquark

This was a building located in a square a few blocks from The Hotel Colon. It was covered in small live potted pine trees. When you entered the square the first thing that hit you was the scent of pine. I can still remember walking into that square after having a couple of glasses of wine, seeing the dimly lit buildings and the smell of pine wafting in the wind.It's a great memory.

Turron (Almond nougat)

by Danalia

Very sweet, but very delicious! Turron exists in different variations. The almond nougat is in Barcelona and to be had all over the place.

650g unpeeled almonds
400g of powdered sugar
100gof liquid honey
3 proteins (stiffly beaten)

Give the almonds about 2-3 minutes in boiling water and take out. Remove the skin and place the almonds to dry on kitchen paper.
In a dry pan or in an oven about 200 degrees, roast the almond golden.
Put the most beautiful 20-30 almonds aside.
Now for the grind roasted almonds. Traditionally, these are crushed with a mortar.
Place honey in warm water bath so that it is liquid. Mix the sugar, honey and whole almonds to bring out the ground almonds and stir well. Stir the three proteins into the mass.
The mass then put at finger width into boiled paper or between two platen.
Leave to dry in a cool place (not a refrigerator) for about 10 days.

Barceloneta

by xaver

Barceloneta, the area with the harbour is known above all for the seaside, the harbour itself and the mare magnum, a shopping centre made by restaurant discos, discos and still discos.
In reality the Barceloneta is the old area where fishermen lived, and, if you just walk through the streets near the harbour, you'll find the old houses, smells and noises that the new olimpic area and the ramblas sure forgot.
This area is also full of delicious maresquerias(sea food restaurants) and simple bars where you can taste the best tapas in a really great atmospheare.

Spanish Leather

by nicolettart about Shoes / Clothes

You must buy leather in Barcelona! We found an incredible little shop near the Columbus Monument (down by the water). They custom-made their shoes, and they had bags, luggage, and everything was of course stitched by hand. I have a great brown leather knapsack that is the best souvenir I bought in Barcelona!

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