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We've explored a good part of the city within walking distance of the apartment. It's central location makes exploring the sights and sounds of Barcelona very accessible. Virtually everything in the old city down to the seafront is walkable.
We found purchasing the Artticket a very good deal, it gets us into all the major museums without standing in line to purchase individual tickets, like a lot of people we saw massed in front ...
... have to pull a string suspended from the ceiling. The bedrooms appear to have broken doorknobs. They are not broken, but you do need to remove the doorknobs and insert them on the side you are closing the door from. There is no air conditioning, and when you open one of the windows, you see the hallway, staircase and elevator.
Playing local also means we opt to buy at least some of our food at the local grocery store instead of ...
After busing it up to Barcelona, I ended up walking in circles trying to find my hostel, in the stinking hot, busy and confusing streets. After walking for nearly an hour I finally came into the blissful air conditioned reception of the Generator Hostel. My dorm was empty, so I made my bed and lay down for half an hour to recover. After a shower, I got a message from Gee Douglas. Her and Laura Gabriel were in Barcelona for 2 nights, and staying in ...
... be cut by the arrogance of the powerful. We were born of the night. We live in the night. We will die in her. But the light will be tomorrow for others, for all those who today weep at the night, for those who have been denied the day, for those for whom death is a gift, for those who are de nied life. The light will be for all of them. For everyone everything. For us pain and anguish, for us the joy of rebellion, for us a future denied, for us the dignity of insurrection. For ...
... police thought he was a beggar and took him to the poor people's hospital where he succumbed to his injuries at the age of 76. This was in 1926 and only one quarter of the project was completed.
Before arriving in Barcelona, I had seen a couple of short television programs on this church and I really didn't care for the architecture, but the museum in the church has an amazing description of how he designed all the aspects of it and now I understand where ...
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