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... hinge mechanism would remove the cork for you. Meh... pass.
So right next to the flea market we saw a commotion. we walked over there and we saw these street performers dancing, break dancing, and doing acrobatic stunts. They were jumping and spinning on the ground and through the air. They were contorting themselves and holding their entire bodies off the ground with just one hand. they were walking around the ground on their hands and ...
... our wanders in the city. Our first Spanish meal was in this packed out bar in a little bit of the ghetto. We did the blind test and asked the lady to give us some tapas. It ate salmon (raw) and it was great! We also got served a plate of meat which was quite painful for Sam the vegetarian but lucky me, it was this spicy pork. I'm definitely now on the tapas ban wagon and will be in search of good tapas when I get home. Back to Guadi! Gaudi was I guess 'the' architect ...
... br> having bladders of six decades vintage, that we need to park not too
far from the amenities block. We also know that the further away we
are from the noise of the motorway, the better our night's sleep will
why the bloody hell had we not worked out until now that it's unwise
to pitch your tent under an arclamp?!?!?!? We've done two nights
here and after a number of “comfort ...
... to top. Walking down La Rambla we both started to understand the attraction of this city. It's old (or it's been cunningly designed to appear to be old) but not a rundown old - and as the name suggests, quite gothic in places. We decided we like the place and took it off our list of cities to destroy when we get control of Mothra.
... is now open for worship. We have seen some amazing structures, cathedrals, churches, castles etc on this trip but this is truly the most innovative construction we've ever seen. We'd love to come back one day when it is finished and all the cranes have been removed to appreciate its beauty and splendour fully.
We finished the day passing by Barcelona's Arc de Triomf - not as impressive as Paris but worth ...