Amiga Barcelona Bed & Breakfast
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... at 27%, with 50% of youths unemployed. However, Catalonia is sitting
at 16%). So it will be interesting to see the outcome of this movement- whether
Europe gains another country or not.
After the tour we went down to the Marina and went to the cinema to watch
“Unbroken” it was a pretty good film and interesting to see places near our
home disguised as California and Japan (we wondered whether the Spanish in the
audience could tell it ...
... the crabs were still moving and the shrimp were burbling ... That fresh! Each stand has its own specialty: mushrooms (dried, fresh, oyster, shiitake, button), olives (cured, raw, black, green, plump, shriveled, stuffed, marinated), acorn fed cured ham hanging by hoofed haunches from the stall ceilings (ah, jamon iberico!), snails (bagged live or marinating in olive oil and garlic), eggs nestled into beautiful nests of ...
... got a salad with salmon, fish with beans/legumes and kiwi fruit for dessert and sparkling water to drink, all for 11,70 Euro.
Profesor Esteban's Last Day Before Vacation
Since it was my Spanish Grammar teacher's last day before vacation, I asked him what kind of painting he might enjoy as a gift, then raced home to get the four "casitas" --small re-paintings (where the original has been sold and a smaller version repainted based on that original), after he chose ...
... takes all the stress out of packing and it then gets done in about 5 minutes flat.
Hetts (my partner in crime on this jaunt) arrived in good time, so we finished the remains of the milk in a gentle cup of tea, before heading off to find the airport car park.
The easiest yet, it was not long before we were through security and squirting on various scents in the duty free zone.
As I shimmied into my window seat, the young Spaniard moved politely put of the ...
... Gaudi made his money. He became very wealthy designing residential structures. There wasn't any money in building a gigantic church. The owners of the building lived on the first two floors and rented out the rest. We toured the first two floors, the attic and the rooftop garden. There are still people living on the other floors and we were all amazed at how they put up with tourists tramping up and down the stairs all ...