Las Ramblas Home Bed & Breakfast
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... course I did not have my camera with me as
I thought I wouldn’t need it since it was already night time and I would be
able to take pictures during the next few days that we would be there. Little
did I know we would come across this beautiful, uplifting fountain spectacle. The
second night we returned to see if there would be another show, and there was,
however it was not as good as the ...
... tour of nearby Carmona was next. This typical Andalusian village is virtually untouched by tourists.....yet. It is a walled town that has outgrown the walls but retained the old village feel inside. We spent two good hours with our very informative and humorous guide lady here. She seemed to know many inhabitants and the local feel was obvious.Whitewashed village houses and narrow cobbled streets were the focal points and old men ( and women) sitting in the town square talking. ...
... which just uses pure fruit only. They were quite yummy and made up for the unhealthy KFC!
We did the bible readings after tea and then the soccer came on. It was between Argentina and Germany. It was a pretty close game – Argentina was playing better but in the end Germany got the winning goal. The boys were disappointed!
So that was the end of our time in Spain. We had all really enjoyed it and thought it would be a nice country to come back to and explore ...
... the Bellagio; and Sunday, which is a holiday of some sort, there is a festival that includes some great flower designs and a trip to the beach. These are school excursions and one of my regrets in Florence was that I spent too many weekends away and so was not able to take advantage of the many offerings through the language school to get more acquainted with Florence itself. So I am making up for it in Barcelona, but seeing if I like the group activities.
... they had finished we were hungry again and as we were spanning more time than usual in El Born during this holiday we went back that way to find a restaurant, eventually settling on the cosy Upiaywasi on Carrer del Allada-Vermell. which offered satisfying and tasty food in good portions at reasonable prices. We sat inside because it wasn't really warm enough to eat outside and the interior was just right for winter dining at ... ...