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... 4% of its population was born abroad, ranging from Pakistanis and Indonesians, to a more recent Eastern European community, especially from Romania. It is home to many bars, restaurants, and night spots.
El Raval district was known years ago as the Barrio Chino district. Totally transformed it offers today typical places like the Boqueria market, the Guell Palace, the Monasteri Sant Pail del Camp, the Hospital de la Santa Creu. The MACBA the Contemporary ...
... They were disappointed to find there was no food so they settled on a drink, a local concoction of white rum, sugar, mint and ice called a Royal Mojito. Video Girl really enjoyed them. In fact she couldn't get enough of this local elixir and was drinking two at a time. As they left Video Girl slurred, "Itch really goo, goo, good that I've got my sea legs now, but why ish the ground moving?"
After finishing their drinks Battery Boy said, ...
... have to look at the pictures but they don't do it anywhere near justice. No words I can choose can do it justice... you will just have to go yourself! Barcelona 1 - Rest of world 0.
One thing that I found was something that has troubled me alot about alot of places. I have been lucky and travelled the world, From America to Singapore.. from Moscow to Sri Lanka and in each of these places I have seen the same thing.. a beeautiful building or ...
... to people waiting to buy tickets.
Jill and Angelo’s son had once stayed in Placa Reieal, a square off of Las Ramblas and recommended that we eat in Le Quize Nitz, which we did. For 10.50 eu including wine we had
the most fabulous 3 course lunch sunning ourselves in the quaintly Spanish square, people watching. That was the deal and the meal of the century, so well done Barcelona, by the skin of your teeth you reprieved yourself. ...
As the locals call it. Fantastic time in this city is all thanks to Alex and his super-efficient tour! All for the bargain price of $0! =P It was crazy, and hectic and tiring and our feet hurt but I don't think you’ve experienced Barcelona properly if that didn’t happen! So much to see…we really should’ve planned for more days and I really didn’t do it properly last time XD like I’ve said ...