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... near La Rambla which I thought was free but it wasn't so we just admired it from the outside. We then decided to head to the market for lunch to get some chocolate covered strawberries, pastry things and lollies. We got three pastry things on a stick. 2 for 5 Eur. But I didn't realize one was full of mushroom. But for some reason instead of biting into the pastry I ripped it apart. David instead of telling me, was ...
... remodeled the interior, added an extra floor and redesigned the roof and façade.
The façade of Casa Batlló is made of sandstone covered with colourful mosaic made from broken ceramic dinnerware and tiles, using a technique known as trencadís or pique assiette, that starts in shades of golden orange and then rising up into greenish blues.
The first floor features large irregularly sculpted oval ...
... in trying to work out where to get the tickets. Once again, it was the pressure that I felt in meeting our apartment greeter at a designated time that made me a little tense. It was with Bridget's help that we found where to buy the tickets and where to catch the metro. I found there to be fewer rail staff speaking English than in Paris. I rang the greeter to find that he was out of town, but had organised for a friend to be waiting at the apartment. Heavy ...
... wonder this area is called the fruit bowl of Europe. Off the highway we went into Peniscola, a picturesque beach town with high rise apartments and all the trappings of a beach holiday. The one exception was a castle. Yes, here was the castle used in the movie of El Cid and we climbed the walls for a beautiful scene of the beach. This castle is also famous as the home of Pope Benedict XIII (that's 13th) who exiled himself but still maintained he was the legal Pope back in 1417. ...
I have been working up the courage to purchase and cook
fresh fish from the neighborhood farmer’s market (Mercat El Carmel). One thing
which happens often is my inability to communicate the exact amount I need; for
example, when I asked for “uno” when pointing to salmon, to the fishmonger it
meant I wanted one nice thick steak filleted into two servings. So yesterday I
saw some trout, and though she ...