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... busy space with traditional dance lessons and people feeding the pigeons. We then walk down La Rambla a magnificent street that goes from the Placa to the port admiring buildings, the Boqueria market and Miro pavement. At the port there is the famous Columbus Tower and we walk around the harbour then through the Placa de Real to the Gothic quarter for lunch. Next to the Cathedral, La Seu, impressive inside with unusual ...
... from France. They had done 6 Greek islands over two weeks both camping and hosteling. We were talking about how annoying the crowds were. They told me about their day from hell which consisted of bumping an American's rental car with their four wheeler. The American carried on screaming and swearing and insisted on exchanging information even though there was no damage to the car. After all, that is what you do in America. ...
... wanted to visit NZ someday as he loved rugby! The smallest campsite by far - a choose your own place type of one which was only out of about 10 spots in total. Burgers and beer for dinner and an early night. Campsite Sweet spot - compact as, pretty good facilities considering the cost and free wifi!! Temperature update Overheating with humidity factor 100 in Barca to a cool out your jersey on and the duvet is back on your bed in ...
... elections in Barcelona and List of mayors of Barcelona Palau de la Generalitat de Catalunya As the capital of the autonomous community of Catalonia, Barcelona is the seat of the Catalan government, known as the Generalitat de Catalunya; of particular note are the executive branch, the parliament, and the Supreme Court of Catalonia. The city is also the capital of the Province of Barcelona and the Barcelonès comarca (district). Barcelona is governed by a city council ...
... and large windows. One thing that is truly incredible is how Gaudi managed to calculate most of this gigantic artwork in his head. Once one enters the building, one can observe that one of the aspects that makes this basilica so great is the amount of space that exists between columns. He managed to depict Gothic architecture in an incredible way, utilizing the biggest amount of space between columns possible. I wondered how the ...