jueves, 12 de abril de 2012

Chocolate at Petritxol street


Petritxol street is special for many reasons. Some reasons why:

- Because, despite being within walking distance of the 
saturated Rambla, and despite linking the busy Portaferrissa and Plaça del Pi, it conveys a feeling of returning to the past.

- Because it has ceramic tiles along its 130 meters of length, which explain stories that happened in that street.

- Because it was the first entirely pedestrian street of Barcelona. Even its name is said to come from the word "Pedritxol", due to the stones placed at the entrance to the street that prevented the carriages from entering it.

- Because of its unique combination of inimitable and art galleries and what we call "granges". Among the former there is the gallery Parés. It opened in 1840, and was a meeting place for lovers of art, who after the visit used to have something to eat in the area. And among the "granges" there are still surviving the Pallaresa and Dulcinea.

- For the infinite pleasure that gives eating chocolate with sponge fingers, Swiss chocolate with "churros" or simply a dish of cream while you enjoy all those reasons!


3 comentarios:

  1. A very interesting blog, indeed! Congratulations, Aitor! I leave my comment here because the catalan version is already plenty of other comments.

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    1. Thank you Miquel! You are right, not many people read the English version!

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