Solyk Guest House
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... in Barcelona many years ago. It was pretty
neat to be where many Olympic athletes had been.
Things I did not like about Barcelona,
Too many people, and tourists, I could not walk down the
street without bumping into people, or constantly having to watch where I was
People constantly trying to sell me things, on the beach and
during the Magical Fountain ...
I first came here more than 31 years ago, certainly makes me feel old! It had a reputation then, as now for pickpockets etc but I didn't see anything untoward. Even Spark sent me a special message (not the cost of using the phone) suggesting a SIM lock not just a device lock, needless to say I'm doing the very attractive thing of wearing my backpack on my front! It seems very hot, 34, as there's not much of a breeze. Maybe just big city heat! With a population of more than 3m ...
... as she sheds unwanted fat, toxins, etc. Let the fun begin!
El Raval Neighborhood Guide/Comments
I am planning my exploration of my neighborhood first for this weekend so have not yet taken any significant pictures. The pictures will be just those related to my walk to school and the studio I am staying in. Re: El Ravel--These are comments and information I have on the neighborhood my studio is located in. It is not for everyone as it is, indeed, ...
... lone guitarist sitting in the dark playing his eight string Spanish guitar. The music was hypnotic and intoxicating and Battery Boy and Video Girl were soon dancing cheek to cheek under a street light. The mixture of music and wine had them swaying and spinning as one.
By now a small audience had been drawn to the music and gathered around the solo artist. When the song ended the crowd applauded causing the sound to bounce off the high and narrow walls ...
This was my first overnight train so I was a little nervous of what it would be like. I had a seat to my self so had plenty of room. I had my daypack locked and hooked in my feet, the heating was coming straight out onto my feet so I was really cozy. It was actually an ok trip and I did get some sleep. We arrived in in Madrid at 7.30 and my train to Barcelona didn't leave till 10.30 that night. So I had 13 hours in Madrid. The first task was to ...