MH Apartments Opera Rambla
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... the way, experiencing the talent of the local musicians. From C de Ferran I followed C de Llledo and Marquet to Pont Villa for a glass of Sangria. From here I walked up Las Ramblas back to my flat to prepare for the evenings actvities.
This evening I went on the Sandeman’s New Barcelona Tapas tour. Being exhausted from the night before and early morning travel there was a very large part of me that wanted to curl up in bed and ...
... Castellers building Human Towers, the annual Catalan Wine Fair, a 10 km road race and the Piromusical, a display featuring synchronized fireworks and music as well streets full of circus performers and the brilliant BAM music festival."
Thank you to the internet...
In the frenetic hour that followed, I took over 300 photographs, and Anne sat and recorded over an hour of video. At 360 photos, that is one a second. (I seriously need an external ...
... in time to swim in a pool on the roof of the hotel (26th floor). The hotel even provided a buffet dinner that was better than anything we had experienced thus far. Afterwards most of us just hung out on the roof (even though our rooms were pretty nice too).
... are actually 120 singers on this trip, and 18 additional guests traveling with us. Once again, so much fun to sing with the expressive, passionate conducting, but especially moving to perform in the ancient structure that has stood more than a thousand years.
Too late for more. Tomorrow we head for France, stopping in Narbonne for lunch and shopping before ending up in Aix-en-Provence.
... in full swing.
The whole of Barcelona seemed to be sprawled out in every patch of shade having a picnic.
We found our own small patch of shade and all was good.
Dogs are no respecter of personal space, are they? One or two dogs who had been for a swim in the fountains and ponds shimmied through our picnic in a very friendly and rather wet way, their owners being noted only by their absence.
From there it was but a short walk to the sea, past a long, tall wall ...