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... movement in northeast Spain which for years has been making breakaway noises, although seemingly there is not much fire within the movement at present. And the Basques in northwestern Spain have been making similar separatist claims for decades to no avail.
This photo demonstrates the huge numbers of mopeds in Barcelona, the primary form of transportation. At some stops there are hundreds parked along the street. On ...
... a visual right? But that is what is so great about Spain, it celebrates the social side of life. So when even arrived at the la Boqueria market just off the La Rambla, we were not surprised to find a market that was packed to the gills, with people, food, and an incredible buzz in the air. There were stall of beautifully displayed dried nuts and candies, fruits, fish, meats and so much more -it was mind boggling, and we found it was so easy to nibble your way through. If ...
... packed full of history and when our tour guide starts
talking it seems like this is the place that George R R Martin got a lot of inspiration
for Game of Thrones! The city is large and as we weave our way through its
little side streets we see how easily you can get lost. Barcelona has its own
Arc de Triumph in its midst as well as a massive garden full of weird modern
“art”. The tour ends next to the zoo in the park and our guide tells us the ...
... in the bar, people just don't expect an Englishman to cheer a German goal. Had a bit if crack with the owners, (Jill doing most of the talking surprisingly) and then we went back to the room for a quick siesta. Another reason for loving Barca is they embrace the afternoon nap.
Normally we would go to the Gothic quarter on a night and go to a restaurant but we decided to stay local as the street we were on during the day was now busy busy and all the ...
... style of the late 1800's.
Modernisme (Catalan Art Nouveau) came about as a result of the revival of Catalan culture at the end of the 19th C and the city of Barcelona became the showpiece of many, many architectural wonders. Architect Antoni Gaudi is Barcelona's most famous Modernista artist, and a stroll through our neighbourhood reveals many of ...