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A travel blog entry by mga60 on Aug 29, 2015

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... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal;">We are also fortunate to catch a delightful evening of Jazz and Cava on the roof of La Pedrera. This building, Sagrada Famillia and Guell are possibly the best known architectural creations of Gaudi (1852-1926). His architectural legacy hangs heavily over this city. First impression is that he must have spent time studying at the Hobbits Architectural School but, on reflection, the ...

Casualties in Ibiza

A travel blog entry by blakeman on Jul 19, 2015

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... followed by Scott. Breakfast was fresh orange juice, pork sausages, chorizo sausages, bacon, eggs, churros, pancakes and some pastries. The best breakfast was the fruit. Wow, the fruit is divine! It's so fresh and juicy, especially the pineapple, it tastes like no pineapple back home! We devoured plenty of food before kickin it at the beach.

We grabbed our swimmers and headed over to the beach and shopped for all souvenirs on the ...

Coffee by the Mediterranean Sea

A travel blog entry by jfm13 on May 17, 2015

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... and we found a taxi there. With my limited French and the use of the iPhone address book we sorted out where to go. Patrick met us at the door and fortunately his English is far better than my French. We were about to head out for tea when I realised I had left my bag in the back of the taxi with both iPads, Anita's phone and the new camera. Patrick phoned the only taxi number in town and actually got our taxi driver. He returned the bag ...

Discovering Catalonia

A travel blog entry by bairdygirl on Oct 27, 2014

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... there we switched buses and looked at the beachside suburbs, then back to the inner city, and through the Barri Gotic, the oldest part of the old town. At Placa Catalunya, close to where we started, we got off and went through 2 of the Antonio Gaudi attractions, Casa Battlo and La Pedrera. These are a private house and apartment building respectively, designed by Gaudi, and representative of the style he made famous in the ...

Day 16: Barcelona

A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 06, 2014

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... s activities. Or at least Dad did, he was the only one to do much today. The paella came out and looked amazing! Except for my old foes prawn and scampi. Take your ****** tiny little bit of meat and **** off. Other than those, it actually tasted amazing too. Actually so did the prawn and scampi, but it just wasn't worth the effort! It was great to taste a real, classic paella, complete in a big share dish! The ones the other day were nice, but couldn't be compared to this! ...