La Grande Maison
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... Roman city, in the Middle Ages Barcelona became the capital of the County of Barcelona. After merging with the Kingdom of Aragon, Barcelona continued to be an important city in the Crown of Aragon.
Particularly renowned are the architectural works of Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domčnech i Montaner, which have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The city is known for hosting the 1992 Summer Olympics as well as world-class conferences and expositions ...
... learnt have I?
The red brick edifice is quite nice in it's own way and the story behind the wars regarding are interesting. The history lessons are written in posters placed around the district near the Parc de Cuitadella and Zoo. These make references to the battle of the Boubon's from France. The war went for a many years before the final assault under an English Earl of Berwick, the disgraced son of James II. ...
... constructed without cement. All in all, I'm a little sad to leave Avignon. However, we literally just crossed the border into ESPANA!!! Everyone is very excited for Barcelona! Just put in my order for seafood paella for dinner and im off to a Flamenco show af5er that :) Aircon is on in the coach but I can still feel the increasing heat through the window on my back! Looks like another sweat rag kinda day ahead so I can kiss goodbye the last of my spray tan! Talk soon ...
... her shift was over.I guess I'll never know.)
The downtown area was nice, packed with people. We tried to go to Hard Rock Cafe but it was too long of a wait so we went to Subway. After that, we walked down La Rambla (one of the main streets to walk down). We saw the Cathedral of Barcelona which I think looks nicer than Sagrada Familia. We jumped back on the bus and then saw the downtown area near the Aquarium and Olympic area. ...
... Frequently you are in a maze of containers and you can't see anything around you. Fortunately the port at Barcelona separates the passenger ships from the cargo ships so we could see all of the ships lined us. Norwegian Jade, Regent Mariner and several others were all lined up as well as ours, the Oceania Marina. Getting on board took a little time with all the security but we finally got in and were directed to ...