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... all the way to the top, throws up 4 fingers (like the 4 red flag stripes), and then climbs back down. Usually, the tower collapses around this point and they dismantle falling on top of each other. This can be very dangerous and someone actually did die in 2006. I would love to see this in person, but instead, here are some videos to show what I am talking about and I recommend watching more, it’s amazing!:
... by Josep Batlló in 1900. The design of the house made the home undesirable to buyers but the Batlló family decided to buy the place due to its centralized location. It is located in the middle of Passeig de Gracia, which in the early 20th century was known as a very prestigious and fashionable area. It was an area where the prestigious family could draw attention to themselves. • In 1904 Josep Batlló still owned the home. The Batlló family was ...
... sorry for myself, I spent pretty much the whole rest of the morning laying in bed and catching up with those I miss back home. It was so so nice to have a prolonged catch up with home, and once I finally did get out of bed I felt much more amazing for it - so the morning in bed was something definitely needed, even if I still did miss home a bit! Dad headed off for a walk this morning while Daniel and I were hopelessly stuck to our beds. He wanted to see if he could go inside ...
... Miami. Alturo has family here, and they love Barcelona
because it is a city with a small town feel, and every other person they
interact with is from another culture...kindred types. They make everything from scratch, and I will
have trouble ever eating a “bagel” again, after their homemade version (dense
without being chewy) with their hummus and crispy vegies.
I thought I might miss my dessert place in Ballard,
Hotcakes, but ...
... fireworks were exploding outside every 5 minutes. She gave me her manager who told me it was a whole night thing.
We walked down there to see what it was like and it looked pretty cool. Ten's of thousands of people hanging on the beach with dance parties and bon fires. We walked the beach a little bit and realized the drunk spanish guys weren't using proper safety procedures when lighting off fireworks, such as shooting them sideways ...