Hotel Teatre Auditori
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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 ...
As the demonstration gets louder, Anne wakes and as it is 6pm the pretty sounding bells above start their chiming away. Then the demonstration moves towards Las Ramblas and the noise level goes back to busy.
At 9pm Anne wakes properly and we are treated to the audio visual spectacular on the front of the building opposite and it runs for 20minutes. We discuss whether to video, and decide, no, not missing out a ...
... Battery Boy.
On there final trip to the market Video Girl joined Battery Boy and Javier where she chose dessert, a Splash Mojito from Bubo. She thought how wonderful to have her favourite drink made into a dessert which came with a little tube of rum which you were supposed to squirt on top of the dessert. "Blow that, I will just drink it." and so she did.
The ranting and raving written by Battery Boy above is actually a chance ...
... This self-determination drives Catalan culture, and Barcelona is the heart of it all. The interesting thing to note about Barcelona though, is that despite this self-identity the city has, in recent years, been flooded with tourists from all over the world; some estimates put over 12 million visitors in the city in 2013. The city is completely saturated with Tourists: American, French, Russian, Spanish, English, Korean, Japanese; you ...
... br> She was not impressed by his reply, as she thought he said it was from Italy and he therefore had completely misunderstood her Spanish. Actually I think he was asking if she was from Italy... and he followed it up with the fact that it was €35 a kilo. Hetts gave me a horrified look and walked away, thinking the chunk he had in his hand was €35 which would have been exorbitant.
Surely the stuff of entente cordiale.
Not our finest hour.
Spotting a ...