Barcelona City Centre Hostal
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... with one figure of Christ high up in the towers representing the
ascension. The other entrance shows the Nativity story (with a very aggressive
statue of a soldier killing an infant). I can’t imagine being a tourist from a
non-Christian country coming and being able to admire the work as much without
the Biblical understanding. A brush up on the Gospels is definitely needed
before a visit. However, these current entrances are not the ...
... of Autovia and Autopista though I suspect the only real difference is that a toll is payable on the latter and not the former. We reached a point where the exits off the road were counted down consecutively with the first awareness of this after the number 80 appeared on the signage. Sure enough, down the number chart we passed. This place called Spain certainly houses many, many people. And once again I came away thinking that Spain does have a knack for investment in high ...
... to run to catch the coach as it was almost time, we got there on time and soon after we returned back.
So tired after our long trip we went back to the hotel to relax for a little bit and then we headed off to Las Ramblas and found this Italian restaurant which was pretty busy and we thought let’s try it out, as it was already late we didn't want much to eat.
We went to La Poma restaurant and we ordered a Tex Mex pizza plus a ...
... memorial, a simple black, polished slab, along with that of his comrade Francisco Ascaso.
This http://www.cbsa.es/doc/planols/montjuic .pdf might help although the positioning of the graves seems slightly inaccurate because to my eye it has them on the very edge of the cemetery whereas in reality they are further back.
Getting back to the city proved a bit of a challenge and involves walking in places that most of us probably wouldn't think ...
... char grilled in front of us along with a cleansing ale/champagne before finding what we understand was one of the oldest chocolatiers and had the best coffee so far on the trip.
We didn't get a chance to do the Guell Parc ( a Guadi designed park) or the cable car from the beach to the hills, looks like we may need to come back someday :)