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Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... the roman aqueduct. It is amazing how precise they could build something in the early BC times and the weather was beautiful still. Then... Back on the bus heading for Barcelona. At the border we stopped of for lunch, no picnic this time :-( had some random cold baguette... I miss the picnics! As we arrived in Barcelona we did a little orientation bus tour going pass the Sagrada de Familia which was amazing to stop and have a look at ...
We are here.
We do not surrender.
Zapata is alive, and in spite of everything, the struggle continues.
From the mountains of the Mexican Southeast.
Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos
Indigenous Clandestine Revolutionary Committee General Command of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation Mexico,
January of 1996
Fra <http://www.struggle.ws/mexico/ezln/ ...
... still building on this cathedral today and it is funded by devotees and the tourists that go to visit it. When we drove around the queue went on forever- I guess some people waited for a few hours to get into there.
We also came passed the famous Barcelona football stadium which can have up to 100 000 people in it for the games. (The one in Madrid can hold 70 000) Quite a few fans to have in one place must be amazing to be part of the crowd.
Luckily there is a ...
Barcelona. Awake in another port ready for yet another wonderful travel experience. We have visited so many countries in such a short time we are not sure whether we should be saying thank you, grazias or merci! We are at least saying something. The ship docked about a ten minute walk from La Rumbla, which runs through the centre of the town and is a tree lined pedestrian promenade that is a meeting place, a show place or somewhere to have coffee and sit ...
... of all curves and no straight lines. When we arrived, the church the line to enter wrapped right around the side and up the street. We decided to continue on our way rather than stopping and left the bus at the Park Guell also designed by Gaudi. The park was a short walk up hill from the bus stop and was hard to miss because of the swarms of people walking there and unmissable curved and mosaic wall in front of us. The park entrance faced a quiet street but ...