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... an 8 hour train journey across Spain. I was actually quite looking forward to a nice long stint in a warm comfortable place where I could read all day; my companion thought I was mad, and that he was also mad for agreeing voluntarily to board the metal cylinder of death. He hadn't decided whether death in a fiery blaze or death by boredom was more likely, but he was sure it would come in one form or another.
After six hours, even I was flagging. The stunning scenery ...
... we enjoyed looking for it throughout the city. Then we saw a shrine to St. Eulalia who was killed in 304 AD by the Romans. Her bones were later reburied in The Barcelona Cathedral in the 14th century. The Cathedral has a secluded Gothic cloister where 13 white geese are kept, the number explained by the assertion that Eulalia was 13 when she was martyred. Then to the square of St. James (the political center of the city) and saw the beautiful 15th century gothic buildings which ...
... up with him for ages. He invited Dane and I to come down to the super yacht for a few bevies and we thought that was something we'd definitely be able to squeeze into our schedule!
Josh leads an enviable life sailing a super yacht for a super rich guy. It just so happened that he was docked in Barcelona and I was really looking forward to catching up with him. I've had a lot to do with the Weller family over the years. Josh's lovely little sister, Alice, attended my dance ...
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 ...