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... for freedom. As I walk through your streets I see history, love, patriotism in the architecture and buildings, living today.
Who are you, Barcelona? You are the mistress of Spain. The shy, secret lover, tucked behind the glamour of Madrid and the homely Valencia. You are the artistic middle child, misunderstood by her parents and forced into a degree in economics, when truly her heart is in ...
... boots, champions trophies to even their basketball teams trophies. On the way out we went through the merchandise store and we couldn't resist getting things. Taking the metro to the harbour, we then decided to get an ice cream and eat it by the water. From here we saw the Christopher Columbus statue. This was on the Main Street so we walked up and found a tapas bar for lunch. From here we did some shopping in the centre of town before we had to ...
... Saw then night lights. Pretty cool but it's freezing out so we didn't stay outside long. Raul took some great pics which hopefully he will email. Bus dropped us off at Las Ramblas where we walked down the whole street to get to this club. Saw some pretty cool street performers and got all our last minute shopping done. Got to the club at 11:00 and were told the club doesn't even open till 12:30! These people don't play. Waited at the bar next door till 12:45 then headed into the ...
... ask for what I wanted, but I have no memory of that. Next time I may just suck it up and chop the heads off the little gambas myself.
Experiences like these (and I imagine they're far more common than I think but that other Spaniards tend to find them less humorous than my fish seller friend) have made me incredibly empathetic to my students. The level of English that many of them speak is far less that I'd bargained for. Last week, for ...
... and the whole village is built like a "rabbit warren" - a little secret spot around every corner.and all the Jewish architecture still in place..
Leaving Girona we travelled out to the coast, and the blue,blue Mediterranean. We enjoyed a late lunch in a Taverna at an oceanside cove at Palafrugell,, with Garry thinking the views on the beach enjoyable too (lots of topless birds).
Our 'very reluctant to leave ' party of 7 were ...