Husa Sant Bernat
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It was an early start this morning to make sure i was up nice and early to get to the airport in time for Joelene's flight in. I made sure i downloaded an app that would let me create a little sign for me to hold on the ipad (like the hotels and limos do) but mine read 'My Beautiful Wife'. Holy geez it was good to Darl. We had a conversation tonight regarding 'walking out of the airport gates at ...
... the open window I saw a lone man
with a beckoning look. In that
microsecond I realized what was going on, and never breaking stride I crossed
the road with feigned confidence and a purposeful stride, heading towards some
folks I could see down the hill. I asked a couple of bicyclists for directions, as the creepy guy drove by one more time, then I asked the woman if this might be an area for prostitutes. “Ah yes,” ...
... booking was needed and told them we’d be back later.
On the way up La Rambla we'd stepped inside the Palau de la Virreina to fins out who was 'in residence' and were very pleased to discover both the Gegantona Laia and most of the ceremonial figures from Cardona that we had seen the day before, including their wonderful new Eagle.
After getting ready to go out we had a short walk from the hotel to Carrer de la Boria, ...
... dwarves, beasts and monsters that take part in the city’s important celebrations, including the geganton Laia who is the representation of Santa Eulalia. A geganton is a small giant, of course. If nothing else it offers great opportunities for photography. Also a fabulous place for small and even not so small children.
http://www.barcelonaturisme.com/English /_xMCfM9AMDl8gNQPXW7Yu8U_vbqsBhLQB3c43x ...
We went down to the old harbour part of Barcelona in the afternoon. We went to the Maritime Museum - still under construction - and saw a replica gallery, some stuff (old maps) and a display of 'gegants' used in the Merce Parades. As part of the Festival there was a tall ships regatta in the old harbour. We went onboard the Russian 'Mir' training ship and wandered around the moll. As the City's Merce Festival website said: