Hotel Canal Olimpic
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... where we had baguettes, pasta salad, smoothies and a pizza. The food was just in a little cafe. We went to Starbucks after that. Can I just say that the Starbucks here is a lot better than in the States? There are so many more variety of food; there's cakes, muffins, pancakes, bagels, and so much more. Anyways, we took the Subway back home and took another mid-day break. I read (again) (sorry the book I'm reading is too amazing), ...
... to eat so much! We checked out a different Catalan festival last weekend where we got chased around by people dressed as devils holding roman candles and big dragons spraying sparks everywhere, it was bizarre but a lot of fun!
Jean and I are going to Marrakech for this weekend which should be very interesting, look out for another update!
Here are a few pics of my travels so far!
... of course. The modernistic type architecture is present in many parts of the city.
In the evening we walked about 30 minutes to Placa Espanya for dinner, stopping at a small cafe for a glass of wine on the way - we won't be returning however, the waitress was more interested in filling her own face than serving us. In ...
... of nationalist propaganda, used by the Falangists in 1929. He writes: "Ever since fascism caught on in Europe, all governments were encouraging participation in sports and attendance at sports competitions."
The Catalan independence movement is more of a sentiment that has been boiling for over a century from the repression of two fascist dictatorships, and this can be felt in City of Marvels. ...
... we tried our hardest with our Spanish, and we had a great evening sitting outside and enjoying the sunset. Not to mention a delicious dinner, Logan had squid and I had Dorada, and cheap beer. This was a great way to start our trip in Spain.
Once the sun went down, we walked back to the hotel, stopped by the Lidl to grab a few last minute groceries for our road trip, and headed to bed for a long day of driving.