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We are sailing on Seabourn Cruise lines from Barceloina. How do we know which port to go to?
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Re: sailing from Barceloina, advices

I must not understand your question. Just in case, I will answer the question I think you asked. Seabourn offers luxury cruises all over the world. The cruise has the destinations already set. So far as I know you pick a particular cruise and book your reservations, choosing the cruise based on its ports of call and the dates. To find the destinations on your cruise, you need only to examine the cruise identification and its details.

If the foregoing is not the answer you seek, could you restate the question.

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Thanks for your reply...

I found a lot info about Barcelona....

BIKE FOR FREE: barcelonagratis.com

Rent apartment in Barcelona on Las Ramblas by 25 euros/night per person - Interhousing.net

To eat - taste tortilla patatas, tapas, pana catalana. Places to visit - everything which has the conneccion with Gaudi. Las Golondrinas This is the genereric name for a long and short boat ride out of the harbor. The longer and more expensive boat tour leaves the harbor, out through the channel, and sails along the beach in the Mediterranean. This is a great trip on a warm, sunny morning or afternon, but it gets a little chilly while you are on the ocean. Admission comes to 21.00e for two, and there is a shorter, less expensive trip on a smaller boat ... You will find everything yourself when you will be there...

Bread: Baguette could be 39cents or 52 cents or 55 cents, Loaf could be 85cents, |1.20, |2.00, Bread Rolls could be 85cents or |1.20
Prices vary considerably from brand to brand and shop to shop; Spanish brands are much cheaper than imported products.

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