Pension La Plaza de Goya
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... group was nice and there was lots of good food (Steve couldn't finish a last Meatball tapa if that tells you anything). Afterward, we staggered back to our room to "rest our eyes". Later, we roused ourselves to see an exhibit at the Picasso museum detailing the relationship between Dali and Picasso. The take away: two wild and crazy guys. We did the classic tourist thing tonight of showing up for ...
... to honor these saints, as well as a 33rd for All Saints Day. On top of this, Spaniards do not work in the entire month of August, and they like to take half days on Mondays. So, if you add all of this up including the weekends when no one works, Spaniards work a grand total of 171 out of 365 days in a year or around 47% of the year. Granted, I am no financial expert, but this could be a cause of their bleak financial situation. Even though this example is true only ...
... paying attention, but it suddenly dawned on me that he had been pouring for a very long time. He was waiting for me to say "stop." Well, what is one to do? It was already poured, after all. Thank goodness, I had an entire small Schwepps to dilute some of the potency of the killer drink. Salud!
Saturday September 27
We purchased 2-day passes for the hop-on hop-off Bus Turistic to be able ...
... of the municipality or 50.2 km2, all of it located on the municipal edge is made up of the ten least densely populated neighbourhoods containing less than 10% of the city's population, the uninhabited Zona Franca industrial area and Montjuïc forest park. Leaving the remaining 90% or slightly below 1.5 million inhabitants living on the remaining 52 km2 at an average density close to 28,500 inhabitants per square kilometre. Of the 73 neighbourhoods in the city, 45 had a ...
... it was the smart phone I paid $200 for last year for which I was simply going to buy a new SIM card--left in the San Francisco Bay Area. Maybe I will do without a cell phone though not sure that is possible in this day and age. And so far in Barcelona, I have already lost one pair of the 4 pair of glasses I brought with me! (I think I lost about a dozen pair of glasses in Italy last summer!) But I suppose I would be lost without losing if that makes any sense. Maybe I ...