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  1. Thank you both. I'm going to do the homework 😀
  2. It seems that Celebrity Silhouette its not supported yet...
  3. Hi, we have booked our cruise through a TA They have sent us a 10 pages "guest ticket booklet". But I don't know if this is really the check-in or not. I called them and got the same document again. Our passport numbers aren’t in it, but it do has the luggage labels I don't know what to do, since I still can do the check-in online through the webpage Thanks
  4. Hi, I don't want to seem picky, but I'd like to explain, as a Catalan myself, that the Catalan for tapas is tapes. Pintxo (catalan pinxo) is the Basque for that sort of snacks fixed with a cocktail stick... Traditionally, in Basque taverns, you pay according to the number of sticks in your plate. Dinners based on pintxos is very tipycal in the Basque Country, and Bilbao Berria is a Basque tavern...
  5. Maybe "La Lluna". Near Las Ramblas and Plaça Catalunya. Good food and daily menú. Santa Anna Street 20. Lallunarestaurant.com
  6. Yes, champagne, cava and prosseco are similar beverages. Cava and champagne are even made with the same methode, but with different grapes. They are made in France, Spain and Italy. That said... if I did a blind tasting of the 3, I'm sure I couldn't tell them apart 😂
  7. And there's cava included in the classic? Or cava at all? Thanks
  8. Gran Canarias, of course Puerto Mogán, a lovely town with canals and flowers by the sea. The dunes in Playa del Inglés are also interesting. Maspalomas - Meloneras is a nice promenade with good hotels and restaurants and malls.
  9. Just realised La Fonda and Les Quinze Nits are owned by the same group you mentioned, Andilana. I've never been in, but photos are lovely.
  10. Within walking distance of the drop off of blue bus, you have the classic 7 portes (not in Las Ramblas). I've never been in, but I've seen it recommended several times. It's expensive. In front of Maremagnum there's the lovely Marítim, where you can eat fresh fish, tapas and rices (very tipycal here). Expensive too. On the not expensive side, up Las Ramblas to the right there's an arched square, Plaza Real, and there's a restaurant where you can eat well by menu or carte. It's Les quinze nits ( the 15 nights). Daily menu on working days can be about 12 € or 22 €.
  11. Batuar, in the Cotton House Hotel, has a lovely terrace and a special atmosphere. We ate good, but found it a little expensive. Enviado desde mi SM-G930F mediante Tapatalk
  12. Well, I asked celebrity directly an they said I would advise that you "should" be redirected to Celebrity.ES - the Spanish website as per your computer IP address. However, this does not always happen and so will sometimes allow you to book through the UK site in pounds sterling. However, please note this can only be legally booked if you have if you have a UK resident address.* That's really disappointing, since trough the Spanish site the same booking costs 700 € more and doesn't include the drinks package. I've looked as well at a big US TA but T&C stated it was only for US and Canada citizens Now I've tried a big international TA UK website that told me it wasn't any problem if I live in Spain, only, obviously I must pay in £. I've got an £ account so exchange rate wouldn't be a problem. I don't know about assurances and other things right now doesn't come in mind... US sites gave you refundable deposits?? Wow Enviado desde mi SM-G930F mediante Tapatalk
  13. Hi, do you know if it's possible to book trough the UK website if I'm not living there? I've seen a wonderful offer that it's not available in the Spanish website. Thanks. Enviado desde mi SM-G930F mediante Tapatalk
  14. Not for the moment... Enviado desde mi SM-G930F mediante Tapatalk
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