Thursday Doors – El Pachuco, Barcelona

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This week’s entry is yet another door from Barcelona – it’s my third one so far in this challenge. Barcelona is a beautiful city filled with art and history – we visited last year and absolutely loved it. We’d leave the hotel just after breakfast and walk all day, exploring the winding streets and golden beaches, returning late with dusty feet and full hearts.

This roller shutter door was in a back street near to our hotel and I just loved the imagery – very appropriate for a Mexican tapas place.

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23 thoughts on “Thursday Doors – El Pachuco, Barcelona

  1. Wow, that one certainly stands out – great shot!
    Barcelona is definitely on my bucket list.
    Leave the hotel and just walk and explore all day? Sounds like my kinda trip πŸ™‚

  2. Wowwowwow, I love it! That sure grabs the attention. I’m sure I’d go back when that restaurant was open and spend some time. Wonder what it looks like behind that door. I’d have to find out! πŸ™‚

  3. Love the place, love the picture. Barcelona is by far out my favourite place to be. Always do same as you, walk-walk-walk and sit down on a terrace at Rambla de la Catalunya (Not The Rambla but the extension) and enjoy.

    1. Yes, another commenter said it was a Sugar Skull Phantom design, which is a Mexican holiday icon. The tapas do sound good – I might have to go back and investigate further πŸ˜‰

  4. A beautiful Sugar Skull Phantom Door! I had no idea they celebrated this Mexican holiday there.
    I’ve never had Tapas, but a new Tapas restaurant opened not far from us and it’s been getting good crowds. We went for lunch one day, but the wait was awful so. we went to our Plan B place, and haven’t returned to try again.

    1. Thank you! I’m not sure if they celebrate the holiday in Barcelona – I should really look it up πŸ™‚ Hope you get to your tapas place soon, it must be good if it’s that difficult to get in.

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