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... say the lure of this city for me is all of the unique balconies that line the streets. The different styles and decorations make each one so special. I could see myself sitting out on one of these balconies reading a book, enjoying a great laugh with someone close, or watching the rain fall down on the city.
So far everything has just been so eye opening and beautiful!
... are 3 things in particular I have come to love about Spain, tapas, paella and sangria.
There are these tiny little cobblestone back streets and side streets that house wee little cafes and delicatessens, pubs and fruit and vege stalls. They are really beautiful and still give the appearance of being from a bygone era. I have to say I loved discovering these little out of the way streets and lanes and I felt really really safe.
... the Spanish wine industry, have some monteditas ( small tapas on bread ), and taste some of the wines on offer.
On our return we went to Cuidad Cataplana for dinner, another very good tapas place, which is busy all day, and very crowded into the nighttime. We had an early night, because Thursday is to be the last day of our holiday! The 6 weeks has gone so fast, and tomorrow we would spend our last day and night in Barcelona, in Europe, it was hard to ...
... the red who complete the tower but fall as the third tier comes down, uncertainty in their minds now... and the green stumble going up to the third tier, then retract, reset and up and up and up!
After the third round, they all start to dissipate into the crowd, this is the last tower for the teams. Then, the reds move closer to the Town Hall and start to set up! As they have fallen twice now, the crowd is hushed, possibly the ...
... WOW! The church was jaw dropping amazing. I can’t come up with the words to describe just how beautiful this church is…and it still won’t be completed until at least 2028. It is an amazing piece of
architecture…unlike any other building I have ever seen. The line was too long to get inside, so I’ll definitely have to return. After all that, we were a bit tired, so ...