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... the final exhibition, Sagalit Landau's Phoenician Sand Dance, we crossed Plaša dels └ngels leaving white modernism behind and returned to the Gothic of the Capella MACBA which is housed in the rennovated 400-year-old Convent dels └ngels. For me this exhibition was MACBA's redemption and our salvation. There were two of her video works which I particularly enjoyed.
The first, Phoenician Sand ...
... another amazing weekend here in Sevilla and the surrounding area this past weekend. On Friday I went to Santiponce, a small village about 20 minutes from here, with Carmen and saw the Roman ruins of Italica, which was pretty awesome. On Saturday Jack, Marykate, and I took a daytrip to Ronda, a village outside of Malaga, which was amazing. I was craving some outdoors and we (accidentally) went on the most amazing circular hike through these beautiful ...
... the city. I was there for a week in which I jam packed as much as possible in to and still only saw half of the city.
I was lucky enough to be able to get a flight very similar to the trip here as on the way back almost the same stop over times although it was less entertaining on the stopovers as it was things I had already seen just a week ...
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Xavier laughed out loud and explained, "No, no, no, macarons are not macarons they are stars. It is a competition amongst chefs to see who has the best restaurant, the better the restaurant the more stars you are awarded. The local French chefs think the award looks like a macaron rather than a star so that is what we call them. Some tyre companies are interested in becoming involved with this competition so it ...
... sun was rising. We decided to walk up to the top of MontjŘic (the Mountain of the Jews), which sits in the middle of Barcelona and has amazing views of both the city and the ocean. Walking up to the top was a terrible idea. First of all, it was pretty hot, but also it took us around an hour of straight walking up winding trains to the top. Don't get me wrong, the mountain was beautiful, but exhausting. Once we got to the top though, it was so ...