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... but apparently the Moll is one place that is open until 10:00 PM 365 days a year. I didn't find the photo place (and the info desk inside the Moll knew nothing about it) but it was fun to walk around the marina and inside the shopping area. There is a big theater complex there but nothing was playing in English. I walked back past a bunch of street vendors and bought some roasted nuts and some empanadas for dinner. I also had fun taking pictures using the night scene setting on my ...
It's a special feeling you have everytime you leave for a trip and you close the door, you open yourself to the world and you know that next time you'll cross that door you'll be a different person. You know you will meet some special people who could make you rethink about what matters in life. You know you'll be more tolerant and you know you'll live in a few days something that many people doesn't live in 10 years. Yes door, I'm in the part of you where life begins. Hasta ...
... were covered as they were renovating everything for the Olympics.
A topless hop on op off bus came passed so I jumped on knowing that my little bit of walking around will not even touch sides for all the things that one can see here. I took both routes and enjoyed them both thoroughly. Having seen some of the things Barcelona has to offer I would advise anyone coming here to have at least a minimum of a week to explore it. It really is a most beautiful ...
... have to come back Will be at sea for the next 3 days, we dock in Alexandria, Egypt on Friday May 10. This is the only port where we have an overnight stay. We are going to leave the ship and stay overnight in Cairo. Weather was great today in Barcelona. Sunny and beautiful. It is going to be very hot in Egypt. Next post-from the Pyramids of Egypt and the ...
There is nothing better than stumbling upon things that you had either researched and forgotten about or simply didn't know about. This happened to me this last full day in BCN. I just found out about the Ludwig "Less is More" Mies van der Rohe Pavilion. It was Germany's entry for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 in Barcelona. Then it hit me like a brick, the Barcelona chair... OF COURSE! So that is why ...
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