Castell de l'Oliver
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... are still part of Serbia). Then there's Czechoslovakia which broke up into the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The only reunified country has been East and West Germany, now Germany. And while we were there you had the Scots in England voting down a referendum to make a total break from the United Kingdom. And in the photo above the Catalan flag in Barcelona was much in evidence and seen flying from many windows. The Catalan's are a ...
... but this tower had an elevator and an at the to we were rewarded with wonderful views of the city! Unexpected you also got a birds eye view on the construction going on all around you. Reluctantly we left the beautiful place behind. After a quick bite to eat, yea we know, it seems like we are always eating. We wandered down La Rambla (pedestrian street) to explore the Barri Gotic (old town). La Rambla loosely translates to "**** load of people", not really, but it does ...
shop for a dress I crack it. It’s been 4 different times we had gone shopping
and fair to say I had enough of it. So cranky pants comes out to play I stomp my
way to the starting point of the tour and we get some food into our bellies.
Not just any food we have some delicious pastries for lunch mine filled with
ham and cheese. It picks my mood enough
for the tour and we head around the culture rich city that is Barcelona. The
... Still there is a cracking view of the city and we're just next to some parks/gardens so take the scenic route back to the hustle and bustle of Barca.
We spend the next hour or so wandering about aimlessly then watch the second half of the Germany Portugal game and watch Ronaldo huff and puff but do nowt except strop. Ever since we went on holiday in Germany I've felt a certain allegiance to them in football and we were once again confused ...
... the mid-1800's when the old medieval walls just couldn't hold the expanding population. The grid-like pattern of wide boulevards is made more interesting because each street corner is cut diagonally, creating eight-sided squares at every intersection. Rich, artsy folks bought up plots of land and the majority of the new buildings in the Eixample were designed and built in the ...