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... shops and tourists. We found the local produce market and enjoyed wandering through buying drinks, empanadas, churros, nuts and fruit as we went. We veered off to some back streets and found shoe and clothes shops - the shopping began! We split up after awhile and some went to find El Corte Ingles, a department store and the rest returned to the hotel. The rooms are quite basic, modern and quite comfortable ...
... left eye but no stitches. The staff informs me that I can go, apparently they don't require any money, or have already taken it somehow, I think worryingly. The nurse asks if my friends are waiting for me, ha! I of course didn't know that they weren't but this whole thing read exactly like something I would have done by myself, I just don't know how or where I was at the time. I'm not excited about the journey home, having no idea how far out of town I am, I figure from my ...
... A work of Lluís Domènech i Montaner, the structure sits at number 35 on Passeig de Gracia.
Casa Calvet is a building, designed by Antoni Gaudí for a textile manufacturer which served as both a commercial property and a residence. It is located at Carrer de Casp 48, Eixample district. There is a nice restaurant there as well and we went there for lunch.
Casa Amatller is a building in the Modernisme ...
This morning was our last day in Spain, possibly for a very long time. We started the day by heading to Sagrada Familia, we had pre-booked tickets to climb the tower – to avoid the line. We headed straight up the tower, it gave a nice view over the city. We then walked around the inside, enjoying Gaudi's architecture along the way.
By the time Gaudí died he had been working on his design for 43 years. During ...
... and full so that he will poo out lots of treats on Christmas Eve!On Christmas Eve, after our large dinner (detailed below), dessert comes courtesy of Caga Tio. The children are given a stick with which they hit the Caga Tio.
They sing a special song:"Caga Tio avellanes I torró
Si no vols cagar
Et donanem un cop de pal."
This translates as:
"Caga Tio hazelnuts and turron
If you don't want ...