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Never talk while you're kissing. This is a valuable lesson I've learned since being here. And no, I'm not talking about smoochin' on your boyfriend or girlfriend. I'm talking about that ultra chic, European kiss-kiss hello on each cheek. I'm used to the American greeting. The, "Hello! How are you!" hug hug "What have you been up to?!" greeting. Hugging and talking simultaneously are perfectly acceptable. ...
... was fresh (great) but not prepared for some weary travellers to take away and eat :( Eventually, the old Gothic quarter yielded some food and we ate a late lunch near the cathedral (commenced in the 12thC). By now it was the time when only mad dogs and englishmen would be out in the sun so back on the bus, passed the old Olympic village, now apartment complexes, to the eastern end of Barcelona that has become a commercial centre. Siesta in our ...
... work all over the city. Antoni Gaudí was born in Reus in 1852 and received his Architectural degree in 1878. Gaudi's work was greatly influenced by forms of nature and this is reflected by the use of curved construction stones, twisted iron sculptures, and organic-like forms which are traits of Gaudí's Barcelona architecture. Gaudí adorned many of his buildings with coloured tiles arranged in mosaic patterns. This added another ...
... new wine glasses (do many people in Spain need wine glasses, I wonder?) but far less usefull if you are travelling hand-luggage only, as many people do nowadays, because the glasses won't be permitted and not much use if you happen to own enough wine glasses anyway. €10 for glasses for two is a rather unneccesary expense. We bought a few tatty tumblers in the Carrefour on Las Ramblas for €0.70 each. They proved quite good for keeping wine in, at least for the amount ...
After a late start we caught the train from Blanes to Barcelona (approximately 1.5 hours). After a quick coffee at apparantly some famous coffee shop (with a dingy dark toilet downstains), and given time constraints, we jumped onto the "Hop-on Hop-off" tour bus to see the city sights.
Barcelona is a bustling city and the capital of Catalonia (state) with the most eye-opening architecture that I have seen from ...
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