Feel At Home Barcelona - Ramblas Building
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... give us the run down on the appt and neighbourhood so we head off to the local market (a la Granville Island) to pick up some supplies. After a glass of wine and a snack we meet up on the rooftop terrace with A&K and some co-travellers they met on the cruise. It was a delightful landing! In the evening the four of us went to a tapas bar to sample the local fare and plan our next few days in the ...
... was a bit of a challenge carrying the suitcases as there wasn't a lift. Sue and l did a great job but were glad we didn't have to carry a fridge as well!
Phil, Sophie and l caught the hop on hop off bus to get our bearings and Sue walked around making her way slowly through the back streets to Placa de Catalunya. The bus trip wasn't as informative as others we had taken in other countries and we had to wait until the last 3 stops to see ...
... in this town. It wasn't until I went for another walk in the evening that I realized it was that everyone was on siesta. At the hotel, I took a swim and sauna. And I happened to take it with a guy from Ireland that has stayed at this hotel every other week since April. He is an independent contractor and inspects airplanes for a living. He is currently working for a Russian airline. We had a good chat. We talked about ...
Today was the big drive over to Spain.
So we loaded up the car and set off.
Not much to say about the drive but we did go over the Pyrenees mountains and they were beautiful seeing all the snow on the top and the windy road round it it was amazing.
When we got there it was very hard to find a car park we looked for a while and after driving through a came to ...
... of Aragon and Castile marked the beginning of Barcelona's decline. The Bank of Barcelona, probably the oldest public bank in Europe, was established by the city magistrates in 1401. It originated from necessities of the state, as did the Bank of Venice (1402) and the Bank of Genoa (1407). Barcelona in 1563 The marriage of Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile in 1469 united the two royal lines. Madrid became the centre of political power whilst the colonisation of ...