Silken St. Gervasi Hotel
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... fruit, seafood, meat and much more. They had various containers with fresh cut fruit which they were selling for only 1.50 euros. I bought one to try it out, it was absolutely delicious. Its a great place if you want to buy some fruit to take back to the hotel, they also bottles os sangria with funny looking shapes. (best place to buy sangria is at the airport) The sangria that they sell at this market was overly expensive because they are selling it to ...
... some of the famous giants of Tarragona and a number of figures from other Catalan towns. These set off on a cercavila which we watched for a while before returning to the square for an enactment of the Ball de Santa Eulalia on the stage, followed by other traditional dance performances.
Placa del Rei was our next port of call because we’d worked out that “Els batecs de la Laia: III Trobada de Tabalers” was going to involve drums, possibly a lot ...
Started the date late. It was going to be early, a wake up at 8:30am, but with the shutters in place, it seemed a bit nice to just lay in the dark room. Next thing you know, it's 10am. Blah. I get ready then head to the other old-type bakery downstairs. This time it's the Granja Dulcinea. I finally get the roll that all the Spanish people here eat, it's the same pastry I had last night, but with the spaghetti squash jam inside. The jam was a bit sweet ...
... he unfortunately died.
Much of Gaudí's work was marked by his big passions in life: architecture, nature, religion. Gaudí qualified as an architect, and his works reflect his highly individual and distinctive style. His works are largely concentrated in Barcelona, notably the Sagrada Familia.
Park Guell is free and open to the public, and is full of Gaudi's ...
... was concerned, I had to get back to the lift. That was it … full stop! I managed to make it back to the lift and then Doug arrived at pretty much the same time as I did but from another direction. I still don’t know how that happened and frankly I didn’t care … just take me back to earth, now, please driver !
Amazing … so much light, and beautiful stained glass windows which are still incomplete. While ...