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... of Roman walls, restored Roman towers, past the Neo-Gothic Barcelona Cathedral, alongside a modern School of Architecture with a frieze designed by Picasso on the building's upper walls ending up at the former Royal Palace where Columbus was celebrated by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella on his triumphant return from the Americas in 1493. Part of the palace complex, the Viceroy's Palace, once housed the archives of the Kingdom of Aragon ( to the left of where ...
... Familia) and this was the only thing in my trip so far that has left me speechless. For something that isn't even finished yet and has had four different architects working on it at different times but has still remained truthful to Gaudi's original vision,it is breathtaking. The stained glass windows on every side of the building refracted the light beautifully. The floor was bathed in pools of red and blue and every step ...
... outside of the airport in a town called Marsta pronounced mare - stuh. Then caught the train into the heart of Stockholm.
Let me first begin by evaluating the stereotypes of Sweden. They are ALL true. First and foremost, the women of Sweden are downright enchanting. To say that their eyes are blue is to only say the sun is yellow! Awkward eye contact was frequent but incredibly I did not care! The long blonde hair, the fit but not inordinately ...
... to that time they spent 3 months in remote north china. All in all traveling with an expat has made life not only easy, I've found myself forgetting even my passport on the blind assumption, they have just got this. For example: 1. An expat will hook you up. Forget hotels, an expat probably went to school with at least 2 people in that small town ************e has ever been too in remote Spain, in fact his sister dated their cousin 2. They ...
... it was because of my last
minute purchase, until I saw “preferente” on the side. So I reluctantly drank
the complimentary champagne and ate the dark chocolate as I enjoyed the
interesting Spanish countryside at 300 km/hr. The best part was peeking into
the valleys to see what looked like medieval villages completely stopped in
time. And believe it or not, I never visited Sequim nor Provence, so seeing the
lavender fields ...