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Travel Blogs from Sant Antoni de Portmany
... it is all 100% legal. Our guide was really knowledgeable and gave us some interesting history on Barcelona, which was not always such a peaceful city. We ventured into a different provence of Barcelona called El Born, which is very cultural and they don't speak traditional Spanish. It was a great experience as we got to see the true local culture. Lots of art, soccer and music. It was amazing.
The tour finished up on the boardwalk or marina. Lots of beautiful ...
... a bit of a chill in the air but the sun shines brightly.
We are distracted only by wondering when we will know about our flight(s) home and whether or not they will operate given the hurricane bearing down on New York, our initial destination. The airline is not willing to change us yet so we wait. Mandi has one plan for us which includes skipping New York. We would fly from Barcelona to Miami and then to Denver after having ...
... back to get a better view of the pavilion, and when I turned around, there I was in front of the a national Museum of Art, very grand indeed. On the trip home we passed the old bull fight stadium, an other stadium that's home to some team that someone named Messi plays for, I think they are quite popular in this town. Wow what a day, would be hard to top this one, I wonder what to do ...
... guide, but was not really worth it. I am not quite sure what was wrong, except there seemed to be too many fish in too small tanks, and the 18.50€ seemed to be way overpriced (at least we got 1.50€ off with the voucher from our sightseeing bus). Maybe it feels better if you have kids with you as there was a kind of playground for kids at the end. It was now just after 6pm and we slowly made our way back towards the hotel cutting through the ...
... factory after the social unrest in Barcelona in 1890. As well as the factory and the housing, he provided a school and a community centre, and a church. At least he started a church: only the crypt was built before the money ran out. But what is special about the church is that the architect was Antonio Gaudi, and he used it as a laboratory for his very much larger commission of the Familia Sagrada. The decorations are simply ...
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