This morning I sow this lady cleaning the window where is a big Salvador Dalí picure, and I like to make a picture.
Last saturday, the beverage company Ricard offered to our customers a degustation of his drinks, a pair of nice ladys gave promotional gifts to the huge públic assistant.
Aquest juliol 2011 està siguent atípic amb força dies de pluja i inestabilitat en el temps, venen molts visitants que opten per anar al Museu en comptes d´anar a la platja.Aquestes són un parell d´ imatges que tenim de la cua des de el nostre establiment.
This July 2011 it´s been atípically wet and the weather is not so good, there is a lot of visitors , they choose to come to visit the Museum instead of going to the beaches. This is a couple of photos of the big line that we can see over our window.
Us donem les gràcies per la vostra espera, sons moments difícils , però malgrat tot nosaltres intentarem aportar il.lusió a tots els nostres clients i amics.
Bones festes i un prosper, i feliç any 2011 per a tothom
Aquest matí han començat les obres de restauració de la façana de la casa del carrer Sant Pere 19 on hi ha el Dalícatessen.
Us demanem disculpes, per les molèsties, tornarem aviat i ben “guapos”.
This morning we started the works on the main wall, fasade, of the house St Pere 19 street where is the Dalícatessen located.
We apologise ,” and we will return more handsome”
Article a la web Examiner.com on parla de Dalícatessen In Spain, approximately 80 miles north of Barcelona along the AP 7 (Auto Pista 7), you’ll find Figueres, the birthplace and resting place of Salvador Dali. It is also the site of the Salvador Dali Teatro y Museo – which is definitely worth a visit. And even more enjoyable and less surreal is the (note the spelling) Dalicatessen. Located about 50 meters down the street from the museum, Dalicatessen certainly gets an “A+” for its super clever name. Priced at just over one Euro per cup, Dalicatessen scores way past the triple digits on its Café Cortado. Quite more satisfying than in a Dixie cup, the coffee is served in a small glass (ironically resembling the size and shape of said Dixie cup) by the friendliest barista/Café owner in Catalonia. Fluent in English, Marte is filled with that true Spanish passion usually found in their music and dancing – except his focus is on incredible coffee and warm conversations. Oh, Dalicatessen also has a lovely counter of fresh sandwiches, pastries and other Spanish yummies. Dalicatessen is welcoming, the bathrooms clean. Whether you sit at the coffee bar, in a booth or outside admiring the façade of Salvador Dali’s baptismal church, you will undoubtedly enjoy the best Café Cortado that Spain has to offer. And when you go, tell Martí that Wendelyn sent you.