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This entry is devoted to the works of Gaudi, a native of the Catalonia region and Barcelona. We flew into Spain on Saturday and caught a bus into the centre of Barcelona. We walked to our apartment. It took a bit longer than expected to meet up with the owner, but we eventually settled in. Over the next days, we visited 4 Gaudi establishments - La Pedrera, Casa Batllo, Sagrada Familia and Parc ...
... One of the sparkling pedestrian walkways even had a red carpet covering- certainly anything but an authentic Spanish experience. There were distinctive sights in both Alicante and Mallorca but there was also a bland similarity (how much shopping does anyone really need to do??).
To be fair, we were incredibly distracted during these final stops. DH was getting increasingly distressing news from home with respect to her mom’s health and it was to the point ...
... yet, but they spell market as 'mercat', which sounds like meerkat, and that's pretty cool because meerkats are awesome. And when you see a supermarket, it's like a super meerkat, and I just picture meerkats in capes. Hehe. More seriously though, I'm really not sure how markets can be that much of a tourist attraction. We went in there, and sure, the extensive range of meats, poultry, fish, cheeses, fresh fruit and vegetables was impressive, but how is ...
... tone. Madrid is the monarchy. Madrid is corruption. Madrid is brute force. Montserrat made a good point, one that I often ponder when daydreaming. Why is it that Spain, and its language, Spanish, acts as though it has the right to impose its culture on others? My goodness, look at Peru. How many times have I heard my father rant about Spain and what they did to the Incas and their language? Only my grandmothers and a few of my uncles and aunts speak Quechua. ...
... and Bill critique the sausage and hams.
The police are everywhere along LaRambla....... Walking, on motor bikes, cars. So why do the Somalians continue to peddle their goods? One minute they are there selling their stuff and we are explaining that they are knock offs and that it is illegal and the next minute there is a bust with 6'6" black men running for their lives with the huge sack or goodies being chased by police on bikes, foot, cars etc sirens blaring. Not sure if ...