Bonavista Apartments Barcelona
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... We saw Parc Guell. It is built on a hill and were able to
see a pretty nice view of the city…or as nice a view a city can be. This hill
was overlooking the Sea actually, but because it is so warm and humid, it was too
hazy over the Sea and we could not really see it.
We then went to see the Cathedral. It was so amazing to see
how much detail can go into the outside ...
... the locals enjoying the balmy evening, talking and eating. The gipsy show was full on. We were herded into a cavern like room about 15m x 3m ....all two coach loads (60 of us) and 6 or 8 gipsies danced and stamped and sang very loud for a very long time...1 hour. Then it's out and onto the mini bus so another 60 can be "entertained" at 10pm. Oh, we had a beer provided too...just one! Back to Granada Hotel Carmen which is rated 4.. Towels rough; orange juice "off"; fruit ...
... session with Yuri, Paola and Lydia. Followed by lunch and a nap. In the afternoon we made our way, by subway, down to the Old Town of Barcelona. There we were given a guided tour of this area and told many interesting historical facts about Barcelona. The girls were taking it all in and loved the tour. Once done with the historical side of the tour we got a little time to walk Las Ramblas, very famous street in Barcelona, and do some shopping. ...
... This self-determination drives Catalan culture, and Barcelona is the heart of it all. The interesting thing to note about Barcelona though, is that despite this self-identity the city has, in recent years, been flooded with tourists from all over the world; some estimates put over 12 million visitors in the city in 2013. The city is completely saturated with Tourists: American, French, Russian, Spanish, English, Korean, Japanese; you ...
... and by the extremely life-like demon. This page is in Catalan and contains information about the different elements, many of which were made by master giant maker, Toni Mujer. Now that’s a job title to be envious of.
The junction was a good place to stand to get a view of the parade which came quite close. Towards the end we decided to follow it down Ferran to get to the end at Placa de Sant Jaume but the crowd was too dense to get ...