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... introduced as well as a popular dance from the Empordà in Northern Catalonia known as the Sardana.
In the early part of the century, La Mercè provided the template for the town festivals celebrated all over Catalonia.
Although the festival lost some of its exuberance during Franco's dictatorship, with the return of democracy in 1975 the Festes de la Mercè came back in true style.
Recently introduced traditions include an amazing Correfoc ...
... him that we actually don’t work at Seaworld and all have slightly less dream jobs! His instant reaction was very confused; the poor boy really didn’t know what to believe. We assured him that we aren’t compulsive liars and are still nice people haha Not sure whether he still wanted to be our friend he asked a lot of questions to put the real pieces together. I think telling him the truth and watching his ...
... people, however when we got back upstairs their were two suitcases sitting right by the door. Claire and I assumed because that the room was so small they would put two girls in the room with us… wrong again! While I was packing up things, and Claire was skyping with Nathan our roommates showed up.
Two very jock Toronto boys… One was very chatty, and told us how much of a partier he was… ...
... 26, 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">It's great to have the consistent warm weather back and we have really enjoyed our first week in Spain...it's also great to have been able to slow up the travelling and break up the sightseeing with days on the campsite, having the chance to chat, drink wine and read a book, spend ...
... I understand that a famous Liverpudlian comedian once met an inhabitant from the hill. He asked the Spaniard if he actually lived in Jove to which came the reply: ‘No, I live by Jove!!’ The rest, as they say, is history!!
The stadium is now open to the public so it was just a matter of wandering in, taking a few snaps of various landmarks (such as the Olympic flame) then wandering back outside where we came across a hall of fame similar to the Chinese Theatre ...