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... language fence, revealed a kindred
life philosophy of the endless possibilities to, in every new moment form our
experiences by the attitudes we hold.
And boy has that been put to the test this past week. If it
were actually a test, I might have eeked out a C-. Thankfully my Inner Being,
and the Source of my Soul have held a steady beam of light on the truth of my
well-being, because all my body and mind could do was ***** ...
... of Barcelona, in the old quarter called - "Gothic Quarter". It is really busy throughout the day and night, and is a famous meeting point for tourists. There are many restaurants, shops, markets, antique shops and souvenir shops. Every day more than 150,000 people walk along this street and you have to be really careful with your bags and belongings. The main feature of the Rambla Street is that it's divided into ...
... 8216;Las Ramblas’, the Ciutadella park, where the World Fair served as the opportunity for Barcelona to rid itself of the hated citadel and transform it into a central park for the city's denizens; also to the Christopher Columbus Monument, or the ‘Colon’ Monument which is literally giving its back to Madrid, and also to the Eixample, which was a key place to the expansion of Barcelona.
This book shows through ...
... the huge boats and towards the Olympic area marked by a great big sparkly copper coloured fish ornament conspicuous from a distance. We just had a soup dinner and a lazy night. We just went out for a neighbourhood stroll to better get our bearings. The evening light was beautiful for pictures and our neighbourhood is for pedestrians only so it was nice walking. All of the streets around us are narrow alleys and so old and unique. We are very close to Placa Palau, ...
... I didn't think an €8.00 picture was worth it, but the rest of the park was beautiful. There is also a house inside of the park that Gaudi lived in for about 20 years.
For lunch, we went to a restaurant called Kiosko, recommended to us by people we had met on exchange who are from Barcelona. They have burgers about the size of my head, with tons of different options labeled from countries around the world. It was probably one ...