Casa De Billy Barcelona
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... runs from the center of the city down to the port. It has a large pedestrian mall down the center where all of the tourists gather and meander. There are beautiful flower stands, tourist stands, gelato and chocolate and much much more. It also runs along the Gothic Quarter so I headed home to get ready for a night out!
In my world you cannot come to Spain without seeing Flamenco. I attended a Flamenco show in the evening and it ...
... first. The driver then took us to the hotel we stayed in before the cruise and we checked in then set off for lunch at a restaurant recommended by our guide, Cuina Santa Catalina which is inside one of the produce markets. Very busy, always a good sign, but great food and air conditioned. After lunch we wandered by the cathedral and headed back to the hotel via several shops. After a respite in the hotel which ...
... junior partner. After 32 years, on 22 May 2011, CiU gained a plurality of seats at the municipal election, gaining 15 seats to the PSC's 11. The PP hold 8 seats, ICV 5 and ERC 2. The Saló de Cent, in the City Hall of Barcelona. Districts Districts of Barcelona Main article: Districts of Barcelona Since 1987, the city has been divided into 10 administrative districts (districtes in Catalan, distritos in Spanish): Ciutat Vella Eixample Sants-Montjuïc Les Corts ...
... is dying out and I believe that is what the people of Barcelona are fearful of. Language is incredibly power, in that ties people together in ways much deeper than as simply a means of communication. Sometimes I think that its value is much more sentimental, why else would we completely reject a language like Esperanto? What ties does Esperanto have to a people, truly? Montserrat expressed this, not so much in words, but I could tell by the emotion in ...
... and people everywhere. Boulevards like this and the Passeig de Gracia further north, with big old buildings and apartments with little latticed balconies, has a very Parisian feel to it, and Mikey commented on more than one occasion that we could have been in Paris. It also reminded me quite a bit of Buenos Aires (which also have a Parisian feel), but BCN is definitely its own city!
Day 1 we went through El Raval and the Antic Hospital (old hospital which has now been ...