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... a nice vibe to them. The streets are clean and the people don’t sleep till four in the morning. The whole city seems safe, everyone’s riding bikes, walking around with the dozens of dogs in this town or just strolling along. Today we also disembarked from our cruise which we called home for twelve days, we travelled with princess cruises the world’s newest cruise ship. It was so breathtaking, the staff ...
... to have our cases outside of our doors by 1am, 4 August 2014, in order for them to be off-loaded from the ship for disembarkation early in the morning. We arose early in order to disembark before 9am on Monday.
After our last sleep on the ship, disembarked and were then be taken to the Petit Palace Hotel in the city where we stayed that night prior to leaving Spain for the United Kingdom. As we could not get into our hotel until 3pm, we checked ...
... 243; de Catalunya, Catalonia's public network, are located in Sant Joan Despí, in Barcelona's metropolitan area. Sports Main article: Sport in Barcelona Estadi Olímpic de Montjuïc (Barcelona Olympic Stadium) built for the 1936 Summer Olympics named People's Olympiad, main stadium of 1992 Summer Olympics. The Camp Nou, the largest stadium in Europe. Barcelona has a long sporting tradition and hosted the highly successful 1992 Summer Olympics as well as several ...
... me as hilarious while reading this was the treatment of Madrid. Barcelona and Madrid have a long rivalry of sorts and it was fascinating to read about this in such a casual manner. For example, when deciding whether or not Barcelona would host the World’s Exhibition, officials in that city had to contend with “Madrid”. Madrid is referred to collectively as one entity. This reference has not died out, as ...
... this amazing building is a performance in itself!
The weather was still a little dreary, so that afternoon we went to the Museu d’Historia de Barcelona which houses an excavated sight of Roman Barcelona under the plaza which shows the old town as it was laid out with its residential and commercial areas including a fish processing and wine production area and a Laundromat! After leaving the museum the sky had decided to clear, so we walked back down to the waterfront to ...