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... the Spanish government for autonomy. However, unlike Scotland, they won't allow that as this region is probably the richest in the country. Catalan flags hang from apartment windows in the city, and they have their own dialect and a proud history.
Our hotel, Praktik Rambla, was right near one of the big shopping districts, Passeig de Gracia. It's a wide, busy boulevard, that leads down to one of the most ...
... 8 hours. We obviously booked a tour to be delivered in English. Once aboard it was apparent there were German, Italian, French and English speaking passengers...With 1 tour guide. When Toby and I were in Dubai we did a city tour with a fabulous guide who nailed speaking multiple languages and providing an in depth detailed tour. Today our guide Yolanda was terrible at her job. I congratulate her for being able to speak many languages....but I feel ...
Barcelona! A city of beauty, excitement, mystery, and passion. Twisting streets and narrow
alley-ways spill into sweeping plazas and markets. Tapas bars beckon to hungry travelers,
tempting them with cuisine ranging from small dishes of squid to huge bowls of paella. All overlooked by the imposing fašade of Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia Church.
We landed in the city on Monday. ...
... the city streets are beautiful and clean. The Columbus Monument when you ride the elevator to the top platform gives you a great view of the Ramblas, and the yachting port of Barcelona. The monument was built in 1888 for the World Exposition. There are many interpretations about the location Columbus is pointing. A commonly mistaken idea is that he is pointing towards America, but America is in the opposite direction. Some ...
... performers at each one. Again very local....some quite good and others...well....doing the very best they could! It was fun to see the local people out supporting the event - families and children dancing in the streets. One of our favorite images from this area was the day we cycled through several smaller villages. At one point we stopped for a break and all of a sudden we heard this loud screeching sound. We looked up and saw a maniacal looking boy ...