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... that is exactly the way to describe it.
The site was built between 1902 and 1930 by Luis Montaner, the same designer of the Palau de Musica. His thought was to build a hospital where the patients could feel relaxed with beautiful artistic spaces and open air gardens where they could convalesce- a new way of thinking for the time. The 16 buildings are spectacular, all made from brick with beautiful mosaic tiles decorating the roofs and chimneys as well ...
... tonight. I liked them very much. Ali was an atheist and Achmed was a believer in something out there. They both wanted us to know they did not like ISIS. Then it was 11:00pm and we had to be on our way. Now October 9, from Marette Wow, how can I tell you how much I love the Spanish cafe con leche?? We went to the market this morning and bought coffee and milk and wine for the apartment, but wow, oh, yum, cafe con leche. Bring it on! Note to book club: we won't have to ...
... Utter. Perfection. Ocean. Sunset. Spain. A tummy full of Spain's finest. Life. Complete. So today a space age looking machine that is suppose to wash our clothes arrived. After not listening to a word the rather attractive model like installer, I realize, oh crud, what he said was probably important. I can not read Chinese or Spanish so my ability to help the g-rents understand anything about this device is at an all time low. After hours of trying to read ...
Today was our only real day/opportunity to explore Barcelona so we tried to cover as much territory as possible. After breakfast we all headed off with cameras in hand to explore " the Gothic Quarter". This was only about 15 mins walk from the hotel, and was fascinating. We wound up & down all these little backstreets admiring the very different architecture and buildings. Along one little street we came upon what I can only describe as an ...
... a champagne one. Both had very fancy names and pedigrees, but one was basically pure gin, and the other champagne with raspberries. Both good.
Hetts opted for the martini. The waiter seemed to be running on half speed, so it took a while, but after about 15 minutes he was ready for action and sashayed over with a little tray and took a seat next to Hetts.
What a performance.
The tiniest dribble of martini was part one, which he ...