H TOP Olympic
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... a blog on a cycling adventure with a treatise on mountaineering.
The Haute Pyrenees is cycling stage race that takes place over seven days travelling 750km from Ripoli north of Barcelona to Biarritz on the Atlantic coast of France. In doing so, it traverses the classic climbs of the Tour de France and the Vuelta d’ Espagne through the mountains and valleys of the Pyrenees ascends about 20000m. Yes - that’s ...
... it all sorts of names. He was way ahead of his time, this guy. Here's a little about the house:
Casa MilÓ, popularly known as ‘La Pedrera’ (the stone quarry), an ironic allusion to the resemblance of its fašade to an open quarry, was constructed between 1906 and 1912 by Antoni GaudÝ (1852-1926). For its uniqueness, artistic and heritage value have received major recognition and in 1984 was inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List, ...
We arrived in Barcelona last evening after an uneventful day of travel. Everything went to plan. We were impressed with Milano, what we saw of it from a bus, really progressive looking. However, Barcelona is a wonderful city, wide streets and boulevards, a really busy walking street that runs through the middle, stunning buildings and the super yachts at the port that show wealth that we can only imagine and dream ...
... dressed in red, then they get a second lot from the Three Kings!
The first float has two letterboxes on the front, one each side, where the kids can post their wish list, that would be anything that Santa failed them on and if they are lucky, the presents arrive the next morning, the 6th Jan, the Feast of the Epiphany. "So what are the plastic bags for then, if not for taking presents home?", I asked. We were interrupted by fireworks! ...
... proper, we ended up at Placa de Catalunya, the hub. We walked down the legendary Ramblas from there, pretty full, even for midday Wednesday, until we happened on the central market the Boccaria. It was big, with many many stalls, fish, meat, nuts, sweets, veg and fruit interspersed with small bar eateries all tuned to display with lighting and meticulous arrangement of products. Really stunning and exciting. As it was 2 pm, lunchtime, we sat on ...