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... like 70 degrees, streets change names with every 10 degree bend, and roads are so narrow they're like tunnels, navigation is always a challenge.
Most of all, we appreciate how lucky we've been to have been able to take this trip. We feel like we packed 6 months of life into 4 weeks and will be processing our experiences for a long ...
... km per hour ..... Our trip was only 3 hours in total. We arrived at the Barcelona Sants Station and headed to our hotel .... Citadines Barcelona Ramblas Hotel right in a main NOISY street. Lovely hotel, nice staff, except that one of our rooms wasn't ready til late. We settled into the room only to discover that they are still ...
As we all know, the tension between Catalunya and Madrid has been heating up lately, even to the point that in November there is going to be a referendum that will decide whether there will be a voting about Catalunya leaving Spain and becoming an autonomous country. Catalan officials give out many economic, political and social reasons for why it is plausible for Catalunya to leave Spain. Furthermore, there are also many compelling opposition arguments ...
... and multiple sculptures throughout the site. Each pavilion had its own saint, with all the pavillions linked by a network of underground tunnels, themselves also beautifully decorated. We were fortunate in that the hospital, now known as the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site, was only opened to the public in February of this year, after 4 years of extensive restoration that included removing all the additions that happened after 1930.
Did a "gourmet" themed walking ...
... to see the inside as it would take too much time to wait in line to get in. It started raining harder so we ducked into a souvenir shop that had good restrooms and shopped for a bit. We walked back to the bus and continued our tour up Montjuic (mohn-jew-EEK) which means "Mount of the Jews." Originally there was a fortress on this hill. Many of the stones for buildings in Barcelona were quarried from this hill. In 1929 there was a World's Fair ...