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... it. After all, what is a lunch in Spain without the vino (the locals even have it for breakfast). After lunch we climbed a little further before starting our steep descent down hundreds and hundreds of uneven steps and uneven terrain. It was hot and sweaty work but worth the effort as the views were spectacular. Once we were back in Montserrat, after a cool drink (which was much deserved), Zaida took ...
... only big event, and grocery
shopping, hanging my laundry in the courtyard, painting and photo-editing take
up the rest of my energy. I like to leave enough time to digest my experiences, including all the subtle sounds and smells of a place. What a
privilege to be able to take things at my natural pace!
And then there are some activities which wouldn’t likely support my
joy, such as a cocktail party for InterNations, on a hotel terrace. I ...
... join us and we headed home for lunch, after walking home past 50 shops with Messi shirts hanging in them. (The local TV station played Argentina's World Cup practice match last night. Not even a native Catalan and he is like a God here. Rumour has it the Sydney Swans are trying to get him too. No I'm not over it!!) We headed back out after lunch, through the shops again via a part of the city we had not yet seen. ...
... The Catalan national dance, like just about anything related to the national identity and culture seems to be increasing in popularity and hundreds of people were taking part.
From here is was back to Placa de Sant Jaume where giants and others were leaving the Ajuntament for one of the afternoon parades and where a big crowd had already assembled for castellers. This was the first major day for castellers in the city in 2014 and it was ...
... Barcelona, once home to a castle, now in ruins, and in latter years the area has hosted a world fair and the 1992 Summer Olympics. We picked three to spend our time exploring: Catalan Art Museum, CaixaForum and the Arenas.
The museum itself is a showcase with a large collection of Catalan art. Inside the museum
is a large dome that once was a ice-skating rink! And the hall was the prime ceremony and dance hall for 1929 World Expo according to Rick Steves. I was a ...