Old Town Apartments Barcelona
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We booked through apartmentsramblas.com and were happy. the office is convenient and they let us leave our bags there at the end to do more sightseeing.
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... 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 wasn’t those countries). Then we remembered ‘The Girl
... Saturday days are market day in Seu d'Urgell so we were somewhat lucky to strike this colourful event. While some of the produce is similar to an Aussie market, there is a distinct difference and it's not just because that it's located in the narrow and ancient lane ways creating a characteristic old world vibe.
Some of the produce is quite strange. I have never seen a stall with such an array of cheeses. I have never seen jamon and other meats hanging in the air ...
... Something the Costa Concordia should have done prior to set sail.
By the time we got to the room, the luggage was arriving and as I unpacked I couldn’t help but wonder who was going to WEAR ALL THESE CLOTHES?!
We made it to the back deck in time to leave the docks and watched the skyline of a very beautiful and exciting city shrink from view.
I love all things nautical. Somewhere in my past life I was ...
... but without the unavoidable volcanic ash. Very few modern European cities can claim such a fascinating attraction.
There are cafés and places for permanent and temporary exhibitions and other places in which to while away an hour or two. All in all it is definitely worth a look.
I've had a minor interest in the Spanish anarchist Beunaventura Durruti since reading a major history of the Spanish Civil War in the late 1970s. Although ...
... Ah the romance of travel eh? I took this auspicious occasion on my long, lonely journey into the unknown to read Heart of Darkness, which turned out to be a more apt choice than I initially realized, and to draw the wind turbines passing my window, being jousted by a space-age Don Quixote.
THRILLING TALES OF SUSPENSE!
More interesting than that: Bullfighting! It's crazy! A bull nearly flipped ...