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... Barcelona is
a city with a population of about 1.6 million residents. It was a very
industrialized town in the past few hundred years, however most of the
industrial factories have closed or moved away. Some of the old smokestacks still
remain, as heritage sites. Barcelona is part of the principality (state?) of
Catalonia, an area which has a very interesting history. Catalonia has two official languages (Spanish
... idea is not to put your teeth, mouth or any body part on it... one woman didn't quite get the point, but I digress.
That account only scratched the surface of what was a brilliant and memorable final day in Barcelona, but I will leave it there lest I bore you to tears.
Tomorrow, me voy a Valencia por tren! I'm off to get some shut eye before my four-hour train journey in the morning.
Buenas noches y gracias para leer.
Where do I begin today........
Honestly I have had the best day, I don't think I have laughed so much. Emily has found her perfect friend with the same sense of Humour, thanks Jason great way to start our holiday with a few good laughs and crickets LOL (joke between Em & Jason).
Today Began with breakfast, I rang reception to find out where to have breakfast , they said to go to the Garden Restaurant. I didn't think ...
... rehearsing which was a bonus!). Performers who play here say how they worry they will be distracted throughout their performance, and you can see why! The theatre is actually smaller than what I had expected, and even the stage on its own is lavish, adorned with busts and figures of different artists, and columns throughout laced with floral artistry. Even the interval hall is a sight to be seen, with the positioning of the beautiful mosaic columns on the balcony outside creating colour ...
... incredible city.
A couple of weeks ago, some friends and I went to a calçotada. This is a traditional Catalan celebration where the locals gorge themselves on calçots -spring onions that look like giant chives. We went to a picturesque village outside Tarragona to a venue specializing in calçotadas (though normally Catalans host these gatherings in their backyard). Driving past the vineyards of cava grapes and through the rural, winding ...