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Sangria and Paella

A travel blog entry by tonezf

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... aoli. We watch the paella be made and make our own sangria. Because we hadn't already consumed enough of course. Halfway through the cooking, our chef frustrated at the loud people outside disappears. There is a huge CRACK as he fires a gigantic firework at them. That's how things are done in Spain. I don't eat much of the meal but still found it well worth my money.
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Barcelona Spain

A travel blog entry by faerenuff

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... palm trees and peacock feathers, etc etc - as the photos will attest. We walked from there up to Gaudi's Casa Batllo ( pronounced Bat- eo).This was an existing apartment building which Gaudi remodelled for the Batllo Family, with exquisite and intricate attention to detail (and not a straight wall to be found anywhere). The exterior is fanciful and fantasy-like (even a little creepy) whilst the colourful humped tiled roof is suggestive of St George's dragon. ...

Swan song in Barcelona!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07

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... we finally got to sample the little (very expensive) barnacles, percebes, that come from Galicia, and we had some terrific mussels, falafels and wraps. And of course, we visited as many Gaudi sights as possible throughout the five days, as mentioned in a previous blog.

For meals we generally popped in and out of tapa bars or ate in the market, sampling some of the authentic dishes of the region. We had ...

We Made it to Barcelona...BUT...

A travel blog entry by mickisc

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... because we couldn't check in, and headed out on foot with umbrellas ready. Barcelona is a city packed with character and charm. I'm a huge fan of architecture, and this city is rich with beautiful buildings! Gaudi wasn't the only talent in this town, but Gaudi was what inspired us to come early. I have been a huge fan of his ever since my art history professor spent one entire lecture talking about his work. I never thought I would see it in person. ...

Re discovering Picasso

A travel blog entry by tomandlotus

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... meters wide, a mural-size canvas painted in oil. Picasso's purpose in painting it was to bring the world's attention to the bombing of the Basque town of Guernica by German bombers, who were supporting the Nationalist forces of General Franco during the Spanish Civil War. Picasso completed the painting by mid-June 1937 in Paris and it was kept at the MoMa in New York. Picasso refused for the painting to go to Spain until liberty ...

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