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... the special ambience of the market. Many of the buildings along the way were decorated with ornate tile work. Eventually we reached the port area which marks the end of Las Ramblas. Rising above the port area is the Mirador De Colom. This is a 60 meter tall column with a statue of Christopher Columbus pointing out to the sea. Columbus chose to disembark in Barcelona after returning from his voyage to America and this monument was constructed to commemorate his voyage ...
... the football. He doesn't like walking on the roof terrace, it's a bit uneven and he hasn't worked that out yet so I pretty much have to swing him about but he thinks that is hilarious so It's fine. We said our sad goodbyes to Bryony then Alfred and I went back up to sulk on the bed and have a nap. When we awoke I took the really Annoying red buggy ...
... Barcelona was actually a fairly poor city during the time when many other parts of Spain were thriving because of the disagreements taking place between the Catalunyan monarchy and the Spanish crown. Even though Barcelona is a coastal city it was excluded from trading with the New World since their ships would have had to pass all along the Spanish coast to reach the riches of places like Cuba. However once the industrial revolution took place Barcelona was able to embrace ...
... when I arrived. But the minute I began to glide over the
cobblestones and create my own breeze in the humid air, I felt free. My legs have been heavy, swollen and sore at
times, and I was suddenly moving with ease. Wonderful to ride the boardwalk up
and down the beach area. When I tired, I went back to the mysterious, layered
old town, the Barri Gotic, and accidently found a most delightful pastry shop,
Sweet Dreams. Dayana and Alturo are from ...