Hotel Catalonia Barcelona 505
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... what is basically the equivalent of the Olive Garden in terms of tapas restaurants in Barthelona. In the last post I said I struggled with siestas. But lo and behold, Lori caught me napping. Tomorrow we are going to venture downtown, and because we managed to keep our wallets lol we will probably be doing some shopping and more site seeing.. And then hopefully some more authentic Spanish ...
... inspired by the simplicity of nature. When we first walked in past the nativity scene facade, tiny little animals like ladybirds and beetles are seen hiding in the bronze metal ivy doors. Above them are scenes representing life including humans, plants and animals all together: there's even a tortoise at the base of a column holding the structure up. No church had I ever been to had acknowledged mother nature as part of birth, as a 'non-Christian', ...
... got what it wanted and it was all fine. All until the crisis in 2008. Catalunya had always felt that they were different from the Spaniards but never to the point where seceding was the last resort. However, today, when money is tight and the rest of Spain is depending on Barcelona, is when Barcelona decides they want to seriously consider leaving.
Spain in general (including all ...
... not see the front. So Kerry negotiated a lower rate for our nine tickets and we got them for E16 instead of 18 and the price at the door would have been 21. Larry and I went back to the hotel. Derek was in bed. We tried to skype with Erin from the room but it kept dropping so we went down to the lobby where it worked just fine. She is leaving for Las Vegas, Death Valley and Joshua Tree National Monument this weekend, so we wanted to be sure and ...
Montserrat, the serrated mountain, is easily identified from its relatively flat surroundings. Today we would be mimicking the Catalan people in making our pilgrimage to the famous monastery. Getting to Montserrat was fairly easy. We bought package deals that paid for our train ride and a follow on gondola ride to the top of the mountain. We caught the second train of the day at 9:45am, so it wasn't too crowded yet. The gondola ...