Hotel Catalonia Sabadell
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... took some photos of the exterior. The block that Batllo inhabits is also known as the "block of discord." When you look up and down that block, it is as if architects were trying to out do one another. Again, in a very expensive area of town, there is one block that appears to have been a design free for all. It was fun to see the creativity that went into these facades. Needless to say, we were exhausted from our hour at La Pedrera and stroll down Passeig ...
... of terns that arrived off the sea, looking very much like they had just migrated across the Mediterranean. They settled on a pool just behind the beach but unfortunately rather too far away for identification, although indications were that they were Caspian Terns.
Also on the beach were lots of Mediterranean Gulls, all in winter plumage.
Returning to El Prat del Llobregat we worked out where the bus stop back to Barcelona ...
... and this was its first visit to the Catalan capital so it had brought all its friends. Cardona was also of special significance this year because it was the last place to fall in 1714, after the siege of Barcelona in the war of Spanish Succession.
In total there were to be 13 giant, dwarf or dance troops in the parade and we didn't think we'd seen any of them before, so we made sure that we were waiting at the junction of La Rambla and ...
... give us tickets. He told us we had to rush to the train and purchase them on the train. This was a bit annoying because had we known this, we would have just taken our time having late lunch then walked to the train. We found seats in our first class section and then after we had lunch, Nadzha and Jasmine went and purchased our tickets. There was a little boy on the train who looked about 10 or 12 years. He was by himself, I was quite surprised that his parents would ...
... Sant Joan to celebrate the start of the summer. It is the longest day of the year and what is known as the Summer Solstice in England. Lots of fireworks, bonfires, music and drinking on the beach. It was a bit scary though because so many young guys were lighting fireworks and throwing them around in crowds of ...