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... the only thing i dont like cold,i decided) Then for appetizer we got, are you ready, fried calamari, ham croquetts, potatos with spicy sauce, boiled shrimp, fried "cornalitos" sebastian called them, and mussels marinera. They bring it out only afew plates at a time so by the time we got our second round we were full. I didnt try the boiled shrimp or the "cornalitos" becuase they "had too much mercury" in them. Honestly they just freaked me out. The shrimp still had eyes and looked ...
... to say the least, even the Unibrow.
2111-Lebron and Melo are the only ones rocking headband…a solid look.
2112-Either the international court is really small or our guys look huge…especially since Argentina has a guy who is two feet tall.
2113- A little one-on-one with Westbrook and Durant…eff you Clay Bennet
2114- The Unibrow is just shagging rebounds. He hasn´t take one shot…rookie hazing!
... an uneven grey stone facade and elaborate wrought iron balconies. The giant chimney pots that look like medieval knights, apparently inspired George Lucas for the masks of Darth Vader and the storm troopers.
As Gaudi got older, he became more isolated and devout, later devoting his life to La Sagrada Familia, the famous unfinished basilica. The first stone was laid in 1882 and the original architect quit soon after. Gaudi became the architect in 1884 and it ...
... blog entry!!!
Cutting through one of the small alleys adjacent to the cathedral we entered on to La Rambla where we planned on ‘running the gauntlet!! Heading back down in the direction of the port, we strolled through the fusion of flower stalls and artists offering everything from cartoon caricatures to vibrantly coloured gaudiesque pictorials of the city. It was sort of a Dobby’s garden centre meets Tony Hart’s vision-on gallery!!
... no idea what they were talking about). It was the whole set up- speakers, microphones, etc. But it looked as though the presenters and just plugged the stuff in on a whim and people came to listen. People are out everywhere and using the city. I have been to other big cities, but I have never seen anything like this. I don't know how to explain it other than the local people use their city like a tourist. There were busy, active fairs around every corner. People eating ...