Las Ramblas Apartments III
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... It is certainly a very unique building. When it nears completion, all shops and other buildings to the frontage of it are to be demolished in order to created a major park / plaza in front of it. In the meantime, the shops are certainly cashing in on the tourism Euro.
In addition to this, we visited the Gothic quarter of the city (the old part of the city), including the Passeig de Gracia, the major city centre Cathedral. We went to the ...
... guy so with good conversation we were in Barcelona before we knew it. Out of the plane and then on to another airport train out to the main station, with a lovely band playing some tunes in the middle of the train. Within 2 minutes of being outside a massive thunderstorm struck, we took refuge in a supermarket while we waited and waited! Finally it eased and a 10min walk to the hostel. The hostel is only 3 or so months old so everything's is brand new ...
... was the Modern Guitar and he played a selection that showed many different techniques of using all parts of the guitar, picking strings with both hands and using the box of the guitar in such a way that you thought there was a snare drum playing along. He got a standing ovation. He did two encores. He sang and played Granada. He sang in a most beautiful tenor, again tears. We got back to the hotel about 11:00 and we were glad for a 7:30 wake up call tomorrow.
... just off the main road called La Taverna which had a tempting menu del dia. We dawdled a bit and told the waiter that we were waiting for a friend to arrive. He asked if we knew what our friend would want to eat so we sorted out his choices over the phone and set an expectation for an arrival time. Tony only got a little lost and when I found him he was only one course behind us and he soon caught up. The food was pretty good and decent value for money, too.
... from dinner with a friend when I was interrupted by a foreign voice.
Replacing the common 'hello’ or variations of that was “you’re the girl in bed three aren’t you?” (the joys of communal living).
At this point I am forced to admit that the first surprise Barcelona had in store was not the stranger referring to me as ‘the girl in bed three’ but actually the fact that ...