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... on the road between Rome and
Cadiz. A Jewish presence was established early and flourished for centuries. The Franks began the rollback of the Moorish empire in 797 and the building of churches began in earnest as small Christian kingdoms got established. Persecution of the centuries old Jewish community got energised by a massacre in 1397 and thereafter with depressing regularity through ...
... return on the same light rail line to Pl. Catalunya, then across town the other direction on the Metro, then to the correct Montjuic funicular. Our second funicular experience was less fun. The car was much bigger, more crowded with people, and the view during transit less interesting.
We arrive at a beautiful part of town that is about 2/3 to the top of Montjuic. We decide we're not interested in the remaining shell of the castle at the very top, and ...
... from France.
Then we went back to the Museum del Cinema. We saw how they started making movies and what generations before had grown up. When we got to the more modern movies. We saw Batman's suit which looked really heavy. We also saw the kryptinite from the 1989 Superman Movie and the actual scissors from Edward Scissorhands.
We finished Girona by going to a really cool Gelateria called Rocambolesc which is owned ...
Today we got up early and headed to Spain.
We went to Girona. When we arrived we parked the car and Art was busting to go to the toilet and there were none around, so Dad and Mum had to have coffee in a cafe.
Then we did some shopping then had a coffee and cake at La Fabrica Cafe www.lafabrica.cc in the old Jewish Quarter it was beautiful with lots of cobbled roads and pretty buildings everywhere. A really cool ...
... 60s but much cooler! I envy their free spirits but could not imagine the lifestyle they have set up for themselves. They suggested we stop at the alchemist at the bottom of the hill. We did not know what that meant but we went out of our way to visit him and have a cup of tea. He is most definately an artist and also collects crystals and various other stones. I wish there had been a way to send a piece of his art work home. Thats all for now until tomorrow ...