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... The performer - musicians, singers and dancers, were all amazing. I was concerned because it is a tourist attraction. but you could see they all loved to perform and were so emotional in doing so. Overall it was a really great experience. After to show, I walked over to square in El Gotico and sat down for a drink of Cava. Cava is a sparkling wine that is produced in Catalonia. It is a drink that is an important part of Spanish ...
... among other Europeans who stand in the pool smoking) and nanna naps we walked up to the Placa Espanya to a tapas restaurant recommended by Esther, Bodega Monumental, excellent! Then we headed up to the Palau with thousands of other people to watch the fountain show. We have learned that when a local says its a 15-20 minute walk you need to double it so we caught taxis back. Was our cruise only this morning? Buenos ...
... Gràcia Horta-Guinardó Nou Barris Sant Andreu Sant Martí The districts are based mostly on historical divisions, and several are former towns annexed by the city of Barcelona in the 18th and 19th centuries that still maintain their own distinct character. Each district has its own council led by a city councillor. The composition of each district council depends on the number of votes each political party had in that district, so a district can be led by a ...
... that this was something of value for her and it was poignant, for me, to witness it in her. After telling her I had to go, she kissed me on both my cheeks and told me to come back and visit her if I ever came back to Barcelona.
My next encounter and discussion with someone occurred rather randomly. After leaving the hotel I got to the renfe station and swapped my train ticket for an earlier time, only to realize I had left my Valencia apartment ...
... a beautiful library) and whose courtyard is now home to a lot of homeless people (seems to be quite rife in BCN), strolled La Rambla, and spent hours in the Mercat de la Boqueria. What a market!! The city’s main market, filled with a mix of tourists and locals, selling every fresh food you could think of, buzzing with noises, smells, colour – definitely the best atmosphere of all the markets in BCN that we saw, and we were drawn back here several times during our stay. ...