Hesperia Sant Joan
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... with the market vendors, always a fun way to shop. Between walking there, scoping out the choices and figuring out how to purchase what we wanted, we managed to kill most of the afternoon. Then we repeated the process when Becky and Sam decided they couldn't leave town without one more fix of pistachio baklava from the Syrian bakery.
... walked over 200km in 16 days. Took a Bus tour of all the sights where we could get on and off as we pleased. Saw sights such as 92 Olympic site, Barcelona Football Club, Park Guell and roamed through the Barri Gotic area. Caught cable car to the 'Miradoe del Alcaide" which is the acient fort that overlooks the city & harbor providing amazing 360 degree views.
Next stop Valencia!
... he then took the photo and passed it back saying 'it's difficult because it's so dark and the background so light.' We looked at the photo, it was a perfect black screen, quite a feat to achieve total blackness. We then faced the awkward situation in which the man spent another 10 minutes taking photos on his camera (I don't know how bad they turned out) and we couldn't ask anyone else to take a photo of us in fear of the man taking offence, so we spent 10 ...
... citizens of Barcelona to make sure they weren't going to revolt. She told us about Spain's time under dictatorship during WWII, which lasted until Franco's death in the late 90's. She also told us about a statue of Columbus in Barcelona that points away from America (because they didn't want it facing Madrid) and its origins. An architect went to the council and showed them plans for a piece to go where the statue now is. They took one look at it and deemed it ...
... 10. They sang beautifully. The basilica was chockers with people and it becomes a bit of a circus, like we felt the Sistine Chapel was.There are lamps down the outside aisles of the basilica, appeared to me people have donated them over a very long time, each unique and very beautiful.
Following Jim's suggestions we visited the Gotic Quarter, the Colombus monument, Placas D'Espanya and Catalunya, and walked ...