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... this case, we entered through the kitchen into a room where prohibition seems unimaginable as shelves of liquor bottles flank each wall. We were served an immaculately presented 5 course dinner. I especially loved the starter, parmigiano cream with orechiette pasta. Thanks to the bartender that concocted the cinnamon gin & tonics for the two of us that wanted something more daring.
... on Saturday morning.
That brings to an end this blog on my 10 day visit to Spain and the five days I spent watching the third test between England and SA at Lords, the home of cricket. A few more things on the bucket list have been ticked off and I have thankfully enjoyed a safe and entertaining trip without any calamities!
I look forward to seeing you all and hope you enjoyed my blog!
The question is: "Where to next?" Hmmm.
... what others call the jaws of an ambiguous sea creature, this house is a whimsical culmination of beauty, light, nature, and practicality. Gaudí’s creations, along with Calatrava’s City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia and the numerous modern facilities developed for Barcelona’s role as host of the 1992 Summer Olympics, have truly added a defining layer to Catalonia’s nationalism and are continuing to symbolize the ...
... 16/18 team. All in all they held their form.
On the way home we stopped and watch a young kid enter a Soccer juggling comp. (Michael Robinson) he had to beat a score of 746. In the end his mother stopped him at 865. He only used one foot and 2 moves but what amazing focus. real Madrid vs Barcelona (even at 1000 euros per ticket we could access any) so with the locals we watch Messi and Ronado take on each ...
New Year's Day in Barcelona means nearly everything is closed! This gave us the opportunity to take a breather and relax in the morning.
In the afternoon, we decided to take a bus into the centre of the city to see the older part of Barcelona.
Las Ramblas is a an historic avenue that goes from the centre of the city to the old port. It is a lively place filled with restaurants, shops, and touristy ...
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