St. Jordi Apartments
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... name for it) it was drinks and these
little lights you can sling shot into the air and catch on their way down,
eating supper it was roses, on our walk to the beach and in the park Guell it
was hats/scarves/sunglasses/jewellery/any type of knickknack…it was so tiring,
and totally took the fun out of vacation.
The strong smell of sewer as you walked down some of the
... the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean but the core 'downtown' part around Las Ramblas still seems quite easy to get around. The wide open pedestrian strip still has the multitude of artists; performing and creative, lining each side, certainly an interesting walk. Although people watching with this volume of people (4 ships in today) is also interesting. Flower stalls and cafés too. I found the Senegalese traders missing from Italy, they were just returning after ...
... being that there are jazz and other music clubs throughout. I have one right next door. I kind of like the feeling of not being so isolated because I am working at night. I can always close the windows if I need to talk on the phone in peace!
From Wikipedia and other sites:
El Raval is a neighbourhood in the Ciutat Vella (“Old City” in Catalan) district of Barcelona, Spain. The area, especially the part closest to the port, was also ...
Battery Boy's love of Pink Floyd must be wearing off on Video Girl as she turned to the guitarist and asked if he could play one of their classicics, "Wish you were here." The guitarist grinned and said, "That is beautiful music, but too hard for me. After listening to him play they have no doubt he could play any song he wanted.
They thanked the guitarist for his performance then returned to the hotel and retired for the night.
... like there had been a big party but had not been cleaned up yet, it all looked fairly fresh (I have since discovered the cleaners are on strike). I walked a little way and found a café with breakfast for 3 euro, coffee, croissant and OJ. From here I walked along Calle De Acala, headed for the El Retiro Park. This was stunning, a massive square lake with row boats, autumn trees lining the side and a beautiful fountain at the other side. I ...