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TravelPod Member ReviewsW Barcelona
Lost my posters.
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... elevator or other confined space (and our bike gear stands up by itself), we wash the riding gear. No joking, they came out clean, but they are lighter and softer than they have been for months. Yum its like putting on your favourite track pants and sweat shirt, armour and all! Small joys.
We spent 24th sightseeing, and the bike was ready early. Guts haven't improved in spite of taken meds, so will be looking for a doctor ...
... but it doesn't sound right .."km after km") We arrived in Valencia and were taken to the "City of Arts and Science". Well, wasn't this an eye opener with ultra modern buildings housing their cultural area.Science museum, performing arts and hemispherical dome for ??? ,all in a in lovely garden area..very impressive. A walk in the city centre and we saw beautiful buildings dating back to 18th century as well as the old city walls...or what remained. The Cathedral ( of course) ...
... of Art, which over looks this amazing plaza. Of course we had to stop every 15-20 feet so we could take group pics and selfies! See some pics below.
We finally made our way back to the hotel and then it was time for lunch and a quick nap before we take off on our next adventure.
Check back shortly for more exciting adventures to come.
... people are friendly, and the language barrier (Catalan being the primary language in the region) is easy enough to overcome, as almost everyone speaks Spanish--one of the effects of the Oppressive Franco dictatorship--and more than a few speak English, due to the high volume of English speaking tourists that flood the region. To a foreigner, Catalan is a troublesome language, closer to Portuguese than Spanish, and nearly impossible ...
... in Barcelona have been the huge La Merce ones that shut Via Laietana for about 6 hours during the September festival. However there are smaller ones and those in the city centre often use the narrow and claustrophobic alleys and small squares that make the Barri Gotic so appealing to many people. Today's parades were due to begin from the Ajuntament and we positioned ourselves strategically to get a good view. As you would expect, it was children ...