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... café's that were all so cute and unique. There was no way we could see all of it, the center was huge. A street called La Rambla, which is also popular was there as well. It was full of little stands of touristy junk, essentially haha. We went inside a large market, that had fresh juice, that tasted amazing. Meat was hanging, huge smelly fish was laying across ice, macaroons were set neatly across a table. it was very busy, but a fun ...
... the Spanish government for autonomy. However, unlike Scotland, they won't allow that as this region is probably the richest in the country. Catalan flags hang from apartment windows in the city, and they have their own dialect and a proud history.
Our hotel, Praktik Rambla, was right near one of the big shopping districts, Passeig de Gracia. It's a wide, busy boulevard, that leads down to one of the most ...
... the sign post.
- Actually waking up and being out of the house on time for an 11 am entry into La Sagrada Familia
- Maxibons across from the Basilica (that’s a type of ice cream, friends...)
- A true Catalan dinner hosted by our new best friend Jean Francois
- Getting the girls to bed at 1 am...and making it seem somewhat ...
... stone. The second day we spent the morning closer to Montse's home. First she took me on a tour of her school, she taught English in a primary school this year. I enjoyed seeing their classrooms, library, garden, English classroom, and finally the music room. The school janitor was nearby & Montse encouraged him to play something on one of the guitars, he jumped right in with the fugees "killing me softly". There's nothing like an ...
... that know me well know that I love art and have an art buying problem. Amanda knows that I have this problem but I said, "at least it's not a drug buying problem!" She said, yes, hunny that is very true!
We wandered some more and there were people playing instruments under a walkway. There were many tourists, people snacking on things and probably just passing time like us, waiting to get in. Then we found another artist. Dammit. This guy was even ...