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Ni veel te zien in sabadell mor goeden goedkoop hotel met superchinees naast de deur !
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We arrived in Barcelona around 10:30PM last night. We took the A2 bus into town, no problem. And found our way to our hosts flat but realized we never got the buzz code or the apartment number. I tried to call her, messed up the number and couldn't get through. We sat in a cafe, ridiculously hot, with fake host ideas running through our heads and Jordan tried to contact her. He got through right away and we met her within the next 5 minutes. Lidia is a sweet older lady. She ...
... Absolutely gorgeous building and of course there clothes are sooo cool. Lots of other beautiful shops later we took the train back and watched Germany - Portugal where Portugal got slaughtered with 4-0. For the rest if the evening we relaxed. 17th After breakfast we got on the train to Barcelona again where we wanted to see some more of the Barri Gotic area in the oldest part of town which is beautiful with remains of the Middle Ages and even the Roman times. We went from ...
... pleasing you can tell that it does not get as much funding for upkeeps as Gaudí’s work. Probably because instead of charging an admission they only ask for donations. The ceiling and some of the walls have stains from where water has been sneaking in and has resulted in mold in various nooks and crannies. The stained glass is more of the typical variety with duller shades of color with most all depicting saints or scenes from ...
... mid 20's, perfect for sightseeing, supping, scoffing and snoozing! Will write more later! TTFN x The rest of the day consisted of an obligatory siesta, followed by a wander down La Rambla and tea in a lovely restaurant with Sangria! Yummmmmmy Planning on some sightseeing tomorrow so an early night for us. Just read on the Internet there have been flash floods in Stockport! Maybe the MENews have got confused and reported on the Niagara falls in my ...
... meters wide, a mural-size canvas painted in oil. Picasso's purpose in painting it was to bring the world's attention to the bombing of the Basque town of Guernica by German bombers, who were supporting the Nationalist forces of General Franco during the Spanish Civil War. Picasso completed the painting by mid-June 1937 in Paris and it was kept at the MoMa in New York. Picasso refused for the painting to go to Spain until liberty ...