Eco Sant Angelo
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... he then took the photo and passed it back saying 'it's difficult because it's so dark and the background so light.' We looked at the photo, it was a perfect black screen, quite a feat to achieve total blackness. We then faced the awkward situation in which the man spent another 10 minutes taking photos on his camera (I don't know how bad they turned out) and we couldn't ask anyone else to take a photo of us in fear of the man taking offence, so we spent 10 ...
... of Barcelona. We saw the soccer stadium and pool arena that they used for the Olympics in this area as well. After leaving that area, we went to Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's famous church in Barcelona. I visited this church when I came to Spain in 11th grade and remembered it being amazing. It was, but I was a little let down by all of the construction. Because Guadi passed before completion, many architects study his work in order to figure out how he would've ...
... explaining the technique, but this level of attention to the outside as much as or perhaps even more so than the inside has seen me fill my camera with examples that will drive the local bunnings hardware store crazy Ok enough architecture for now....but even the pathways have different concrete tiles so you know...understandable for a wannabe interior designer to be excited :) ...
... where we had gotten off the train) and caught the City Tour bus to take the west route around the city. Yesterday we had taken the east route. That took about 2 hours. After this we walked down La Ramba, which is a famous street in Barcelona full of shops and vendors. We have noticed that many of the streets in Barcelona have wide boulevards with lots of room for pedestrians and cyclists, and they are quite beautiful with the many trees. Today, we really were ...
... of doors from the hotel that looked promising but which was not open during the day. Rambla de Poblenou is a pleasant street with a central pedestrian zone like its better known namesake in the city centre and plenty of shops, bars and restaurants. It seemed quite lively in the early afternoon but there were few tourists.
The menu del dia looked tempting and we both agreed that the lentil stew for the first course was delicious. We followed this ...