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... which are then slaughtered I'd not had much interest in attending, but as I was regaled with stories of the unbridled festivities of the 8 day long festival it became apparent that there is so much more than this one famous part of it and would be worth coming back to Spain to visit. All in all my new friends made a bus trip that I'd approached with a certain amount of dread so much more enjoyable and entertaining. By the time I'd made it to my hostel and climbed the 5 flights ...
... breathe, my love, how you do breathe?
I see how you dance in the Sagrada Familia. You move through the colors with light beams. You spin around the spirals reaching towards the sky. You weave your way through the scaffolding, like it is not there, pretending like you are complete in every way. A modern interpretation of a classic ballet, the dance becomes a duet. Gaudi is not only your father, but ...
... 8203;33,306 m2. The project for the new "Fira de Bellcaire" Market provides a design where commercial activity is carried covered and shaded, under a large deck, while preserving the purchasing feeling outdoors."
"Torre Agbar is a 38-story skyscraper near Plaša de les Gl˛ries Catalanes, and marks the gateway to the new technological district of Barcelona. It was designed by ...
... nothin'!" We then break out into peals of laughter.
The antics continue throughout the day. Recently while walking to lunch, a little PreK'er was doing her business with the bathroom door wide open. Most of the kids walked past with some level of maturity (either that or it was a "been there" attitude). But not Enzo. Enzo walked past, looked in and moaned in agony. He doubled over pressing his palms into his ...
... the winery it was not too long before the Montserrat mountains were in view and shortly thereafter the skyline of Barcelona.
By the time we had checked into our hotel it was dark, so we walked near to the hotel to find a reasonable restaurant recommended by Tripadvisor. Of course, it was closed so a cafeteria style eatery had to suffice. After a fairly ordinary meal we wearily trudged our way back to the hotel for the first of 3 nights in this ...
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