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Barcelona Our trip from Madrid to Barcelona on the train went well. The land around Madrid was dry and desert like but this changed to green with trees as we approached Barcelona. Our apartment was again nice and well located - just outside of the main city area and we were close to a metro station that worked very well. On our first night we caught the metro into the city to see the magic fountain of Montjuic. This is ...
... sights across the cities of Catalonia and the wider Barcelona.
We learnt that there are two languages and two governments within Barcelona. These are Catalonian and Spanish respectively for both of these features. Although one country and one city, recognition is still given to the original Catalonian people. All children in schools learn at minimum the Spanish and Catolonian languages. As Barcelona is only one and a half hours from France by ...
... The Open University of Catalonia, a private Internet-centered open university, is also based in Barcelona. Historic building of the University of Barcelona, entrance vestibule The city has a network of public schools, from nurseries to high schools, under the responsibility of a consortium led by city council (though the curriculum is the responsibility of the Generalitat de Catalunya). There are also many private schools, some of them Roman Catholic. Most such schools receive ...
... is just a superficial observation. This woman, Mauria, thought so as well and again, kissed me on my two cheeks as she left. My last “encounter” with a Catalonian occurred on the tram ride to the renfe station. I asked the girl I was sitting next to if she was drawing, as I saw she had some canvas in a bag. She said yes and no. She was studying architecture at the university and had a model to build. Alejandra, as she introduced herself to me, did ...
... fresh seafood, and shared a plate of mixed grilled vegetables and Galician octopus smothered in garlic, olive oil and paprika as we watched the hive of activity around us. Apparently, a lot of the city’s restaurants source their products from this market, so it really isn’t just for the tourists!!
After stuffing ourselves stupid at the market, we walked through BCN’s oldest quarter, Barri Gotic, following the LP walking tour passed sights like the Roman ...