NH Les Corts
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... too much about cars and traffic. More than 3,500 people stroll down the Portal de l'Angel, Spain's most traversed street, each hour. We stayed at the Hotel Avenida Palace, which is in a great area, walking distance to most everything. We toured the Barri Gotic (Gothis Quarter), a maze of medieval streets, squares, and mansions; Las Ramblas, the tree-lined pedestrian mall that attracts locals and visitors alike, day and night. We paid homage ...
... took advantage of it [Zaragoza is inland and maybe there will be trout from the Ebro River].
This was a large restaurant. It had tv sets here and there. Back home, you would only see that in a sports bar. The first leg of the Atlletico Madrid/Real Madrid Champions League quarterfinal was on the tv.
The cathedral bit was a bust as there were pretty much no lights on the building. It was back home. An email home and it was off to bed.
... are each remarkable in their own right with the gargoyles, iron work and tile work grabbing one's attention. The boulevard was lined with palm trees and magnolias that were providing shelter to hundreds of squawking green parrots that have built their massive stick nests in them.
The first large landmark we came to was the Arc de Triomf (and yes, it looks very similar to the one in Paris). From here we headed down a large, pedestrian-only parkway, past ...
... the many, many statuesque street performers earning a buck by enticing tourists to take pics standing beside the multitude of figures. This place was abuzz with energy and colour.
While here I also noticed for the first time, the blanket carrying street vendors who stand ready to haul the ropes attached to the corners of their blankets to make a quick getaway at the first sign of figures of authority. We saw this same game in Madrid and its almost comical ...
... day and watched the sun start to set and chatted about nothing in particular. I think I mentioned our trip or something and before I knew what was happening, Matthew had whipped it out (ooh er), was on his knee, and asked me to do him the honour.
And I said of course, of course.
And we kissed and I said oh my God a lot and I'm so surprised I wasn't expecting it I feel sick oh my God oh my God and ok no I actually feel ...