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... of Christ’s death and
resurrection, with one figure of Christ high up in the towers representing the
ascension of Christ to heaven. The other entrance shows the Nativity story (with a very aggressive
statue of a soldier killing an infant). I can’t imagine being a tourist from a
non-Christian country coming and being able to admire the work as much without
the Biblical understanding. A brush up on the Gospels is definitely needed
before a ...
... the crabs were still moving and the shrimp were burbling ... That fresh! Each stand has its own specialty: mushrooms (dried, fresh, oyster, shiitake, button), olives (cured, raw, black, green, plump, shriveled, stuffed, marinated), acorn fed cured ham hanging by hoofed haunches from the stall ceilings (ah, jamon iberico!), snails (bagged live or marinating in olive oil and garlic), eggs nestled into beautiful nests of ...
Strong coffee to mind blowing architecture! We boarded a bus tour of the city highlights and all the senses where engaged! The sights of the architecture, especially the cathedrals (catedral) is mesmerising. Photos really don't do them any justice for the intricacies of each tower, pillar, sculpture, and to think how old they are!!! WOW!!! There is limited wifi to upload sooooo many photos so this is really a very small ...
... were high, especially since the last
European city was Venice. Every home has a utility closet, but my impression
was that even her brooms and rags were organized and attractive. Barcelona, on
the other hand, has a working class segment that isn't quite as pretty, and I
wasn’t expecting litter and dust, and to have to search for beautiful architecture
when I arrived in the outlying neighborhood of Sants. But I was ...
... sangria came in a one litre jug. It was delish, but we needed something to eat with it as it was still before midday. So using the pointing technique, I ordered something fried, some stuff on bread and a meatball of unknown origin. Perfect.
The sangria was fairly strong, and when we came out into the bright sunlight, I was a bit wobbly. Before long, Terry needed the toilet, and as we'd couldn't find one, we came home. And ...