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Sehr zentral gelegen, etwas alt aber nett gemacht. Jederzeit wieder... :-)
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... palatable, however with that in mind, would have no problem disposing of it if wasn't. It was actually ok, but no, not going to win any awards! We were surprised with the price of beer. A can from the supermarket came in at .23c. Cheaper than Colombia! The picnic ended up being in our room as we overlooked the fact that it was a little too chilly to be out. But it was a nice idea! We strolled along the famous strip La Rambla, lined with ...
... to more distant higher hills. There also appear to be olive groves, and some small tree plantations presumably for wood. The bus went into the city of Girona, about half way between Perpignan and Barcelona and we'd been on the bus for 2 hours. It was now 2.30pm. At least we were seeing sights at a slow and close distance we wouldn't on the train, but it was pretty warm on the bus and we were becoming sleepy and sweaty, digital thermometers were showing 26' or a ...
... the same sites we had seen on Sunday afternoon, however there were many more sites to take in
Barcelona is truly a beautiful city, steeped in history and achitecturally beautiful buildings too numerous to mention. There are an incredible number of grand buildings, many that were also very unique. Gaudi clearly had a large influence on many buildings within the city. There are numerous very unique and even quite strange building scattered ...
... was to build a fort and point on the guns on the city. As the novel explores, Barcelona believed in moving away from the past and building itself into the future. The idea of progress through development was a cornerstone of Barcelonan and Catalonian ideology. Being able to show their industrial and progressive societies as separatists from Madrid’s backwards and aristocratic people resonated well, and the building of an expansive ...
... of the shops are open for business, while the other one of us is absorbed in totally not noticing that fact at all :).
As we wander the twisted streets of the gothic quarter wandering through streets wide and narrow, we come to the conclusion that we need to try that Spanish delight, churros and hot chocolate. I had a vague idea what churros were, Martin had no idea, but any snack that involves hot chocolate is always fine by him, so off we go. We ...