La Grande Maison
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... by the tempo and facial expressions what kind of song/story they were telling, a bit like the opera I guess. Their first number brought a tear to my eye, a sad story of love and loss. The show went for 1 hour and 25 minutes and I don't think I breathed once. They were truly amazing. Today we headed out and did the hop on hop off bus through the tourist spots of Barcelona. It is truly a lovely city with so much to see and do. I ...
... the trouble, or the probable 200E it might cost us, but it certainly lived up to the hype!!
The maître d and the waiters all wore toy soldier red and black tops with black pants, and the lighting and theatre of the place is obvious from the minute you walk in. A white counter winds around with 2 seater love seats spaced around it, and we were at one of these, right in front of the prep area for the kitchen, so we could see them ...
... that happened. Norm was a champion as always, loading a full plate from the continental breakfast to have ready for me, and running downstairs unasked as soon as I woke up to get me a delicious cortado. Cortado is Spain's version of a machiatto, espresso with milk, but somehow taste better to me. No bitterness at all. ( I am actually writing Day Two on Day Five, and believe me, I've had plenty of cortados so far!) Late start on Day Two. :) after breakfast, we ...
... The park was established in the mid 19th Century and for decades was the only green area of the city, making it a very popular place of locals. The fountain took 6 years to construct from 1882 – 1888. We continued our journey on the map and walked a far distance around the outside of the park and connecting zoo heading towards Richards recommended lunch spot – ...
... neighborhood in Barcelona. Before the Olympics came to Barcelona in 1992, Barceloneta was more of a blue collar fishing village on the outskirts of the city with no real beach to speak of. Since then, the city built a long, man-made beach for people to enjoy and put lots of other money into the development of its coastline. As you can imagine, this has changed the community drastically. We've already seen more shorts and flip ...