Chic & Basic Born Hotel
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1 week today hurray!!! We have survived, just about. Back to our holding deposit drama... So funds still haven't cleared in our bank account. So we have had to get cash out from my account to give the agents. But apparently the landlord is getting huffy as there is another party interested and they are willing to pay four months security deposit. Craig had to check that King are ok with this and he had to wait aaaaaaaaages for confirmation. Finally ...
... this year, almost 26 years to the day since we had last seen each other! The toddlers and baby were now 28 and 26 years old - and the adults - well, let's just say we are all d'une certaine âge. But although I couldn't have picked the kids out of a line-up today (they do have a way of changing as they grow up!), Laurence and Bernard looked the same as ever - and they said the same of me, so it must be true, right?
Our weekend together was ...
... Familia which was very fortunate as it has turned out to be one of the buildings I have been most awe-struck by. Gaudi became the architect of the Familia church in 1883 and worked on it until his death in 1926. It's work, full of symbology and teachings, is ongoing and is expected to finish sometime this century with the grand central spire of Jesus Christ to stand at an impressive 170m tall. The design and building methods of the church are ...
... has announced its intention to hold a referendum on possible independence from Spain in 2014. The name Barcelona comes from the ancient Iberian Barkeno, attested in an ancient coin inscription in Iberian script as , in ancient Greek sources as Βαρκιν 74;ν, Barkinṓn;and in Latin as Barcino, Barcilonum and Barcenona. During the Middle Ages, the city was variously known as Barchinona, Barçalona, Barchelonaa, and Barchenona. Some ...
... happenings. Most people know who is running, know something each of the candidates stand for, and may possibly be willing to exclaim openly who they support. The Observatorio Politico, an organization in Portugal meant to promote the education of politics and political science and to increase the participation of the Portuguese people, even seemed depressed by what the future will hold for Portuguese politics. During our multi-day seminar with the Observatorio, ...