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Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... down the
street. In the streets of Barcelona that’s pretty macho thank you very much.
Briony is a slow starter and there wasn’t any nutella and baguettes to offer
this time so I let her awake in due time. We go for a shop and a wander down La
Rambla (let me just tell you the street is HUGE. It has a big walkway in the
middle full of shops and stalls and both sides of the streets are filled with
food stores, clothes stores and souvenir shops.) After ...
... 8 others that is like a cross between Pilates and Yoga. It was fairly challenging to me, since my middle is blocking my ability to touch my toes easily, etc. but I made it through doing most of the exercises through all repetitions.
Saturday Night: The "Magic Fountains"
The so-called Magic Fountains in Barcelona get a lot of press and are free, so I joined the crowds at dusk to watch the show. However, as magical as ...
... was more spraying of the perfume, and then a little balletic dance with the lemon rind, before the huge olive was speared and delicately sunk into place.
Pretty well neat gin, really, so that was the last sensible thing we would get out of Hetts for the day.
My champagne cocktail was delicious. A mix of champagne, and crushed raspberries, with two more raspberries finely balanced on the top of the glass, ...
... breeze off the water. I think I've finally reached the color I was before I left Hawaii for college the first time. Even in the summers during my college years, I never laid out at the beach as much as we have during this trip. Sufficiently toasted, we packed up and walked back through the El Born district looking for souvenirs. There were mostly clothing shops, so we didn't find anything particularly interesting. We did ...
... dwarfish, but not quite as solid. Most did not quite make my shoulder! There was the odd really tall one, over 6 ft, and a few around our height which were generally paler skinned, browner hair and hazel or the odd blue eyes.
Generally (note this is a generalisation, not everyone but the average public we saw) the Spanish are not very attractive nor do they try and make themselves more attractive seen by the lack of dress style, lack of ...
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