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... along with several thousands of others that were there in the 40+ degree heat - expecting big things, bit of history and some good ole fashioned story telling... Then found out it was self guided!! Scrum matches all around mixing with the real fans trying to get a glimpse of all their trophies messi's golden boots and 4 player of the year awards, dodging the 'stand by the green screen and we will superimpose the trophy or mess ...
... felt almost vertical but provided a great view out across the valley. The mountain was unlike any other that I've seen before as the rock formations were very unique. There is a large monastery up there so I had the impression that it would be quite isolated but it's actually really commercial. They're cashing in on the tourist industry selling anything you can think of at shops and cafés that are all set up alongside the massive church and religious structures. There's even a bar up ...
... 95% of Spain's total Cava production is from Catalonia and Sant Sadurní d'Anoia is home to many of Spain's largest production houses.
The brand is well known because of the Christmas spots. Every year, a celebrity is invited to star in the 2-minutes spot and wish everyone a happy Christmas.
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We got back to Barcelona about 2 pm and, when asked about a fish ...
... proceeded to buy three bottles of sangria at a market and drink them in Placa Reial, without cups, just passing the bottles around as we got drunker. It was a great way to end my Barcelona trip, good conversation and fun people and a beautiful night in one of Europe’s coolest cities. The only thing that was missing was my wife, but fortunately it was a quick solo trip, and I boarded a bus to Bilbao the next morning to be reunited with Whitney.
... architect became famous - though the owner of the building was mocked and the building made the butt of many jokes, it is now a local treasure and an architectural wonder. That said, there wasn’t much to see when we got there to find the whole building covered with scaffolding. We continued on and up a steep hill (steep enough that there’d been built outdoor escalators towards Park Guell, another of Gaudi’s projects and the largest in terms ...