GHT Hotel Maritim
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Breakfast today was rather disappointing - bacon and cold boiled eggs for Peter and no stewed fruit for me! After some cold croissants and some peculiar looking fresh fruit, we made our way to the Christopher Columbus Column to catch the Hop - On, Hop - Off bus. We started on the Orange line, which took us past the site of the 1992 Olympics, the Football stadium and the Gothic Quarter. This gave us an overview of the city as well as the opportunity to take some photos. After ...
... street with tens of thousands of other people and families (out late - after 10.30pm) it was great to see everyone smiling and having a good time just being social really, no alcohol, nor any signs of threatening behaviour. This was quite impressive. The street stalls were interesting as not only did you see the usual "tourist" sellers but also stalls selling vegetable seeds, flower stalls, and a number of artists doing portraits. Some were very ...
... there is a round plastic key fob-thingy that you place in front of a lock on the outer most door and it clicks open. Up about 5 narrow steps, you push the button for the elevator and open the door when it arrives. Inside, you insert one of the keys provided (this is only for the top floor—like a penthouse!) and the door closes and the elevator starts up. It opens onto the rooftop terrace (available to all tenants) and down a step and to the right is the door to ...
... of trees, with the colours representing the light and leaves and flowers. Unfortunately he died (by getting hit by a tram!) before it was complete. Gaudí was very much dedicated to architecture that represented nature. At the time many people hated his architecture, the most popular architect of the time being Lluís Domènech i Montaner, who designed the Palau de la Musica Catalana I visited yesterday. It wasn't until later that ...
We are here.
We do not surrender.
Zapata is alive, and in spite of everything, the struggle continues.
From the mountains of the Mexican Southeast.
Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos
Indigenous Clandestine Revolutionary Committee General Command of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation Mexico,
January of 1996
Fra <http://www.struggle.ws/mexico/ezln/ ...