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We were up at 7.07am this morning, packed and had shower, just back from breakfast now and about to checkout and main the short train journey (1 stop) to collect our hire car. Today a new adventure begins. It's now 8.35 am. It's a lovely fresh, almost cool, morning. It will soon be warm - the sun is already out and shining brightly across a pure blue sky. ... We had breakfast and headed down stairs to check out. We took advantage of ...
... a little skinny, mangy even. Was it a stray? Might it bite me? Could I get rabies if it did? But it had a collar. It must be a lost dog? I went into my food bag and pulled out a pack of uneaten 2 minute noodles, broke some off and put it on the ground - but the dog would not come closer. I walked away, but the dog would not move. I walked all the way around the corner so I could only just see it, and only then did it walk over, sniff, and then eat the noodles. I came back and put ...
... we were able to take in today was Joan Miró. He began in the wary 1900's to the 80's. He is probably most famous for his latest work of giant murals and sculptures scattered throughout Spain and the world. Mark and I seemed to enjoy his first works which were influenced by realism rather than surrealism as seen throughout most of his career, but still a unique artist dapling in sculpture, collage and textiles. The plan was to come home and eat at a little ...
... tour I went through a park to and looked at a massive fountain the Casada Monumental and then to Barcelona’s Arc de Triumph which although big is not as grand as the Paris’s one. I then walked down to the harbor and along the boardwalk to the Christopher Columbus statue that is at the start of the le Rumbla, I walked up this in the day time and it was just as interesting and full of people, street artists, mimes, live statues and plenty ...
... Catholicism. The Benedictine monks were seen as a symbol of resistance. Also, in 1811, Napoleon, frightened that there were soldiers up in this massive building on the mountain, dragged cannons way up there .... Finds only the monks... And then destroys it anyway. ( Not liking Napoleon much. ) Fortunately, the monks saw him coming and hid the massive Library of books they had been collecting since the 11th Century. Pope Julius ... The guy who got Michelangelo to paint the Sistine ...