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... stroll through the gardens.
That was all too much for me, so I rested for the rest of the afternoon. N finally got himself the haircut he has been hanging out for, at the barber downstairs, it looks good too! He then headed down to MACBA.
After he got back and rested from the climb up the stairs, we headed out for a walk through La Raval, and stopped at an Argentinian tapas bar. Empinadas the size of pasties. I feel ripped ...
... improvise our way around the situation, find an alternative, and come away laughing.
Now Avi is back home and I'm in Spain - back to my usual mode of travelling on my own. There's a certain freedom in travelling alone: you don't have to take anyone's needs or desires into consideration except your own, it's easier to meet people because you don't present as a "unit," and there's way more time to just sit and think. And write. On the other hand, ...
... by the Visigoths in the early 5th century, becoming for a few years the capital of all Hispania. After being conquered by the Arabs in the early 8th century, it was conquered in 801 by Charlemagne's son Louis, who made Barcelona the seat of the Carolingian "Hispanic March" (Marca Hispanica), a buffer zone ruled by the Count of Barcelona. The Counts of Barcelona became increasingly independent and expanded their territory to include all of Catalonia. In 1137, Aragon and the ...
When people have food on the table and our able to pay their bills, everything is great. As soon as that changes, it becomes part of a bigger cultural picture. This is what's happening in Barcelona.
After the Franco reign ended and the king of Spain declared democracy, Catalunya was granted its autonomous wish. Although the past decades were passed under oppression from the national ...
... city with fantastic cuisine, and great markets! We didn’t really take advantage of its happening nightlife scene this time around either, but we have heard it’s another highlight, so hopefully we will be back one day to experience that as well. Maybe we’ll wait until La Sagrada Familia has been completed ;)
Photos to follow later, as it is showing 2 hours ++ to transfer from camera! I think we need to move some across to portable hard drive and delete!! Or stop taking so many photos!