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... the west side of Barcelona. We took lots of photos while we let the girls sleep in. Afterwards we grabbed the girls and headed to to Barcelona Aquarium. They have some pretty good size sharks there! Next up was the long promised afternoon of shopping. We started at El Corte Ingles, the huge Spanish department store. After several hours and about nine floors of shopping, we headed up the Passeig de Gracia for even more shopping. We were ...
... days later we are scratching our heads exactly where things were and what they were called.
Platya D’Aro has quite a nice beach, and lots of holiday apartments, shops etc. We stayed in a massive camping ground. Hundreds and hundreds of pitches, and a whole town of bungalows etc. There is a large supermarket, ...
Alright so we got to Nice and were amazed at the incredible quality of the women there. The girls were not only gorgeous but were walking around the streets wearing next to nothing. That was on the streets. When we made it to the beaches many girls and women (some you didn't want to look at) were topless. Also most people there spoke English which was a big plus. Based on this information we realized that this might be a place where ...
... bohemian apperance had spread out blankets and sleeping bags and were playing guitar and singing, and looked like they were sleeping out for the night. This is my first experience of Spain and I have throughly enjoyed it. Barcelona is the capital of Catalunya and the people here are very proud of their culture. All signs are in both Catalunyan and Spanish and they have a very strong sense of identity. Unfortunately I haven't had time to learn more about but I will be back one ...
... While stylistically the work would be Art Nouveau, Spain calls Gaudi and his contemporary followers, their Modernistas. Stephen found a lot of this work, creepy.
Barcelona's most famous street, Las Ramblas is a wide street, however dominated by a 30' wide centre median with it's signature wave tile pattern that is flooded with pedestrians as well as on both sidewalks. Trying to drive on this street with only 1 1/2 lanes ...
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