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When we drove into the city from the airport, we passed by a large circular building that our driver said had been the bull fighting arena but had been converted into a shopping mall a few years ago. Of course, that intrigued Jenny and she asked if we could return there. With that in mind, we tied that into our plan for the day- a walk down one of the main avenues to the arena/mall and Placa d'Espanya, past the Magic Fountain to the top of Montjuic, through its environs ...
... and amazed us with the architectural detail and acoustical clarity. The sculptural elements come out from the walls and seem to be present in the audience. It is a place that celebrates all the performing arts. Unfortunately the performances were sold out. I would recommend anyone planning a trip here to book an evening performance there. Better for music and in the first level balcony The rest of the afternoon and evening, we wandered the streets on the El Born ...
... little bit after that as well, and he also headed downstairs to get ready. I had other ideas, and continued to doze and lay and relax up there for another half hour or so after that. And I would've stayed up there longer, but my **** was just too sore laying there for so long so I had to call it as well and head on downstairs. I certainly had taken advantage of that pool this week! Earlier in the day when Dad had to escape hangover central, he wandered down and explored the ...
... was a dramatization of the sense
of vulnerability that was simmering as I embarked on this journey. There were plenty of well-intended warnings
particularly about Spanish men, and I had plenty of questions about my capacity
to travel alone for an extended period of time, especially with a heavy
suitcase and a sensitive body. My belief
in the rightness of this journey, and my full-hearted engagement with this new
life are ...
... s. Seem like nice people. Nigel gave us an orientation and then we had a short walking tour of the area before heading to the restaurant for dinner. As we were walking it started to rain again with thunder and wind. I'm so glad Franci had an umbrellas because I didn't bring mine. The restaurant was great. The food was better than we have had so far. Very good tapas and wine. Fortunately it had stopped raining by the time we left the restaurant. Good ...