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We bring you the best of Barcelona this spring!By The Scoopettes

Are you sitting down? We’ve got two BIG announcements to make! It’s in with the new this spring on The Spain Scoop, and we’re about ready to unveil two important projects that we’ve been working on for months…

This is thrilling stuff!

The first one is Regina’s book, Eat Guides: Barcelona, a guidebook to the best restaurants, markets, cocktail bars, cafes, pubs, dessert shops, wine bars, and food experiences in the city. You may have noticed a bit of buzz around Eat Guides: Barcelona since back in February, when the book’s website launched (here).

Our new guidebook to Barcelona, Eat Guides: Barcelona, will be out soon

So why a guidebook on food in Barcelona? Honestly, because it’s hard to find good restaurants in the city at reasonable prices. Eat Guides focuses on local places, eateries that we, Reg and Adri, frequent and like. Forty restaurants and bars, plus extra food-related tips and experiences, are listed in Eat Guides.

Dessert shops listed in Eat Guides: BarcelonaFor example: how much should you leave as a tip in a Barcelona restaurant? It’s in there. What’s the proper etiquette for shopping in an outdoor market? We cover it. Where can I eat an authentic paella near the beach? Ditto. Should I order a bucket of sangria on La Rambla? We offer our suggestions.

Eat Guides: Barcelona will be out soon. We’re releasing it for all e-readers, including Kindle, Nook, Kobo, PagePusher, iBooks, Scribed, Copia, Gardners Books, Baker & Taylor, and eSentral. The guidebook goes for $4.99 in digital ink, which we think is a pretty stellar deal for

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by med25

I travelled all over Spain when I was 17, and again when I was 19. Alone. Get a Fodor's travel guide book. They list all the different places and prices. But don't always relly on the directions!!! There's a big one right on Las Ramblas, blocks away from the Gaudi Cathedral (a must see, pay to climb up it's soooooo worth it). Lonely planet has had a lot of complaints, might not be the best guide. Don't be alarmed by single travel either. You'll never really be alone. By staying in youth hostels you will get to meet so many people and make great friends. I still keep in touch with m,any of the people I hung out with

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FAQ

Nick
Where to visit in Japan?

I am going to Japan for around 3 weeks and was wondering where people recommend I visit. I am locking in around 10 days in Tokyo, when my friend will be there, but am wanting advice as to how I should spend the rest of my time. I am keen to spend some time in Kyoto but there is clearly so much else to do and I'm struggling to figure out exactly what.

While I am interested in visiting some shrines and temples, I can only do that for so long. I really appreciate beautiful sceneries and cool cities. If anyone has been to Japan and were blown away by some places, or really…

Hello Nick, The must see places in Japan are Tokyo, Kyoto, Nara, Osaka, Kanazawa, Takayama, shirakawago, Hiroshima and Miyajima. Pick up a good travel guide like Lonely Planet Japan before you visit as this will help you plan your trip to see and Do in Japan

Traditional Japan

Kyoto - home to more than 2000 shrines and temples
Nara - ancient capital and the birthplace of Japanese culture
Kanazawa - with the best preserved samurai and geisha districts in Japan

Culinary Experience

Tokyo - home to more Michelin star restaurants…

kiisha69
Day trips in Japan, suggestions?

I have multiple questions.

Should I go on a trip to Hokkaido by myself or find some friends to go with?
On that same Hokkaido trip, should I extend it to include some parts of Tohoku?
If I do, what are some good things to do in Tohoku?

Other things to do:
I want to travel a bit more, and thinking perhaps day or two day trips might be a good idea.
Where are some good places to go? My home base is Osaka.
Please no suggestions for around Kansai, because I'm waiting until August when I can get a 3 day Kansai Spring Pass which will let…

I live in Hokkaido.
I think that I had better see the sights of Hokkaido for three days if you can run.
Tohoku region is the same, too.
Where is the spot that you want to see the sights of?
If movement time and distance, the time of the train want to know it, please ask me a question.
About the contents of a concrete schedule, I think that I can give you some advice.

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