H TOP Calella Palace
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... spent a good half hour going over the neighborhood map with me, telling me which supermarkets to go to and which to avoid etc. she gave me her mobile # and said to call anytime. She helped me get my luggage upstairs and showed me around the room, explaining how to work everything. So much better than a stuffy overpriced hotel. After washing off 8 hours of airplane ick I set out to find something ...
We learnt a very important lesson today about travelling in Barcelona. ALWAYS book your entry tickets online in advance. We have spent a lot if time in queues - it was all worth it and we have seen some amazing sights. First up was the Palau de la Musica Catalana. It is a beautiful old building with a lot of mosaics. Today is May Day here - there was a huge parade through the middle of town. There must have been ...
... firework display in a week and no expense spared either. They were being set off from the beach across the road and were every bit as good as the New Years Eve ones. The end of the firework display coincided with an increase in the level of excitement around us, particularly amongst the kids as a couple of police cars turned into the top of the avenue. Behind we could see the bright coloured lights of the floats.
True enough, the first ...
... woman that was iconic. He knew her name, her stories and had found her in Paris in her nineties. Places that had stayed in my heart from my reading, narrow streets, little squares of darkness and tragedy, the Ramblas (he, evoking the heady days with recorded music), the places of conflict and the account all the way through to the fall and after. He used his iPad to show us photographs taken at the time. He was a talented story teller and held our little group of twelve (Irish, ...
... for our evening at a flamenco show. Montjuic is an area that was developed for a World Expo in 1929. when we emerged from the Metro we were surprised to by a magnificent wide avenue leading up to formal terraces and finally to the very majestic National Gallery on the top of a hill. For the show we walked past the plaza to a tourist village showing traditional architectural styles from throughout Spain. We finally located the restaurant down a tiny winding alley ...