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Barcelona: 10 Locals Tell You Where to Go, What to Eat, and How to Fit In Paperback – August 10, 2014
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This book contains 10 interviews with people who live in Barcelona. The author interviews several foodies, a day trip expert, a blogger, a music lover, an artist, a culture junkie, photographer, economist, and a travel writer. Each of the people shared their favorite restaurants, best places to stay, favorite things to do, and what they consider hidden gems. Each interview starts with a short biography of the person being interviewed so you can get a feel for whether this person's preferences would be a good match for yours.
This book is 53 pages. I have done quite a bit of travel and I always enjoy finding the "hidden jewels". I liked the book and I would have liked it even more if it was 10 times longer!
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On Traveling Like a Local
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The sections on what and where to eat were my favorites - the locals describe their country's cuisine with such enthusiasm! They cover where to get the best versions of traditional local dishes like fideua (a special type of paella, I just learned!), and also some more eclectic restaurants and bars to check out.
My only complaint is I would have loved to see more photos of the city and its sights. But I can get those in more traditional travel guides, and this book's insider knowledge offers a lot those books can't!