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... the St. Lawrence Market on steroids. So fantastic. Incredible fresh juices, and every kind of food, spice, and snack.
The shopping here is amazing. So many shoes!!! And Barcelona is a big sweets town. Lots of specialized candy and cake shops. Some sell only traditional nougat sweets, some sell only small cakes, some sell chocolates. It is an exercise in self discipline not to try them all out. Yesterday ...
... year 1714 the year the Catalans finally succumbed to the French. It is also the start of a new era, and they mark this the start of the new age of Barcelona and this year are celebrating the 300 years of the city.
The walk from the arch to the museum takes a little longer as we find a broken church where Some nuns have set up a café and we stopped here for a comfort stop, some food and a drink. It is so ...
... West Godavari district. Though green phase is reserved for new students during their orientation period only. Johnnie finally uses one hand to embrace his girlfriend while using his other to blindly salute the men as they walk by. Attempts to get the police to investigate the cause of death were unsuccessful. The climate is continental. It has two churches within the community Canaan Baptist Church, and Mount Sinai Baptist, and also has a small US Post Office. The 2005 series ...
... 4: Relaxing on our balcony. The scenery hasn’t changed since Miami. Yep, there is still water everywhere, it’s blue and and so is the sky.
Bowling is another option to pass the time.
Look what we found? It’s a Kangaroo from down under. (These are Australians from Melbourne.) Can ...
... and weird chimneys. We did an audio tour through the house - quite amazing. After school we walked back up thru Mercator St Antoni where I bought a beanie and scarf then to La Ramblas and then up to Placa Catalunya where Rob & I bought nice jackets each. Had a nice dinner at the Federal Cafe (owned by an Aussie) on our corner - we had great gourmet beef ...