Las Ramblas Apartments III
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... the crowd in. BANG! the first explosion and suddenly, the square is shoulder to shoulder. I have done a rough count and I would suggest that 10,000 people are in the square, by the end of the evening.
There are giants. Massive papier-mâché effigies of three kings and queens. One couple being Moorish and the others in the style of the 1600's, as described in the text above.
There are dragons and fire-breathing animals of myth and legend.
... 8211; sneaky sneaky Spanish….well played.
We put that one behind us and ventured to the fountains. Well we knew they were on tonight…there was about 200 people waiting last night, tonight there were thousands…yep the show must be on. We caught the 10.30pm and it was fantastic. A huge display of water, lights and music that lasted about 10 mins and so worth making the effort to go again. Rush hour then to ...
... and where the poisonous apples and other fare we are treated to in the States every minute of the day are also verboten.
It is strange that we Americans have a culture where we are all the big guinea pigs of the food and drug moguls and very profitable ones at that, since the food makes us sick so we need the drugs which make us sicker, etc. In Europe, the food and drug companies must first PROVE that a food is safe before putting it ...
We spent most of our time here at the most famous street in the city called La Rambla. It is a long stretch of cafés and tourist shops. So of course, we spent some time at a nice outdoor café for a bit, mostly because it was shady but also because it is a very European thing to do. However, we did not sit out for hours like the Europeans would, we would get way too bored. We walked the stretch looking at souvenirs. We walked into two stores and were quickly chased out of ...
After a hotel breakfast buffet that was a cross between traditional Spanish fare and one aimed at Yanks and Brits, with all the cooked options, we headed out for the day's activities.
The first stop was a bank where the ATM machine printed out our tickets which we had booked online for the La Sagrada Familia – to avoid the queues. Then it was into the Metro (underground) to get there.
La Sagrada is the ...