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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... we struck up a conversation with a family who sat at the next table. They were from England, and had been holidaying here in L'Escala for nearly 30 years. Coll asked what changes they had seen over that period. When they first started holidaying here the anchovy industry was at its height. Boats would beach right in front of the spot we were sitting at,.. catches would be hauled in,.. but all of that is gone today. Having said that, there are still anchovy canneries operating in ...
When we chose to stay in this area of Catalonia, at the top of my 'must see' list was the museum in Figueres devoted to the Surrealist artist, Salvador Dali. From my History of Art days at school in the 70s, I can remember being fascinated by the weird and wonderful paintings he created. I even had a huge jigsaw with his 'Metamorphosis of Narcissus' as its subject and with so much going on in the picture it ...
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Today we woke up in our hotel and went towards the coast to some ancient Greek and Roman ruins near by called Imporiuss. it was a really good place and our audio guide told us alot about its history, my favorite part was the beautiful old mosaic floors (Declan ...
... were widespread. In cafes, waiters tell you frankly that they want to "beat" capitalism, alternative soft drinks, to Coke, are sold to fight American imperialism, and drink coasters proclaim "Love hops, hate Fascists!"It seems that most living in Barcelona and its surrounds are committed to separation from Spain, and Catalan flags hang from windows everywhere. They blame Madrid for repressive taxes, for destroying their language ...
Today we woke up in Barcelona and sadly had to leave our hotel. We then went to Casa-Batllo, An apartment built by the Batllo family in 1907. They still live there today but some of it is open to the public as it is designed by the famous architect Gaudi. It is a crazy place covered in mozaics and sculptures. We got some cool audio-guides that when you pointed the camera at ...