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... as I thought I was but I still got to do more because my feet were hurting from the lack of conditioning and the heavier me!
At night, we headed into the city centre which is quaint, small and very nice. Its also very clean too with most of the buildings looking like they have been newly rendered and painted in the last few years. Our hotel recommended a restaurant called Ocho y Medio (which means eight and ...
... the acidity of the wine, and makes a nice sangria-like drink. On the last day of the festival, we all voted to watch a Trojan horse fallas burn, which was a little slow, but pretty amazing once it did get going. The firefighters were on hand to protect the buildings very close by by spraying them with water, but an ember managed to fly onto a nearby roof. The crowd pointed out the small fire and it was quickly ...
... seen a church and checked out mass times last night, we decided to have a coffee and pastry at a coffee shop in the late morning, then head to church for the 12 noon service. It was a bit difficult to follow at times but the priest spoke clearly and I could catch a lot of what he said though I didn't always know the correct response in Spanish. Norm came along to see the architecture of the building which as always was quite remarkable. One can't help but marvel at their talent ...
... from Catalonia. Included among this group were the likes of Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, and Joan Miro. These artists only continued to show the difference of Barcelona when compared to the rest of Spain. Even though many of these painters did not actually paint in Barcelona, but rather Paris, their art still demonstrated the cultural difference of Catalonia. They were front and center in the surrealist and cubist movements. There were still some artists in Madrid, such as ...
... of the three wise men, who were to give the children gifts and sweets.
Once down on the street to experience the parade, we joined in on the fun, taking photos and waving to the children in the parade.
We then found a restaurant to have a meal and then wound our way back to our hotel - frist stopping off to take some photos of the tree and lights in the main square.
Tomorrow we are off to Madrid to start our ...