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Sehr zentral gelegen, etwas alt aber nett gemacht. Jederzeit wieder... :-)
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I said goodbye to Margita for the second time in Spain as she headed out to fly back home to Oregon. My time with her has been so special and I know we will have more adventures together over the months to come. There is time for me to take a walk along the Ramblas down to the Columbus statue and to consider a time gone by when Europeans set their sights on the ...
... Thursday: My spanish teacher had to leave for a conference so she gave us an assignment to explore the city and take pictures at specific monuments and different addresses. I spent the afternoon exploring Barri Gotic and El Raval! I went to different museums and had the best time wandering the streets!
Friday: Justine, Andrea, Olivia, Nina, Elie and I went on a hike to Tibidado, an amusement park and cathedral at the top of ...
... who first came here nearly a thousand years ago. Why did they choose to build a monastery at the top of this dry barren hill, and why did the hermit pick the cave in the rock face for his lonely abode?
We learn the answer when we descend back to the main abbey. The cave, the monastery and the abbey are all focused on an icon known as Mare de DÚu de Montserrat – the Black Madonna. According to Catholic tradition, ...
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... to walk around in, such a pretty place. And I loved the inside of Sagrada Familia, I just wish the outside weren't permanently under construction (it's been under construction since 1882 and is nowhere close to being finished).
On Sunday, my last day in Barcelona I just walked everywhere. The medieval section, La Rambla, the historic port, the beach, the Olympic port, and Montjuic. I don’t know how far I walked, but I felt ...