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On our return we were dropped off in old part of Barcelona walked through the narrow streets to come out into the magnificent square in front of the Cathedral, a bit more walking took us to the main street (Las Ramblas) back to the port area. This was very wide with the centre strip wide enough for walking, lined with street trees, past out door restaurants only one lane each way for traffic so it ...
... so on January 20th 2015 I belatedly started to read Lonely Planets' India: visas - tick; climate - tick;'inoculations - tick; currency - tick; history - tick; ... and how to get there - uhm? The first challenge of any significance was the realisation that you should never plan to book a flight just because the stewardesses in the adverts look gorgeous. As it turned out Emirates do not have a direct route to Chennai, India, my first choice port of arrival. So reluctantly, ...
... which was a shame, so we had a quick walk around the castle walls, a breadroll for lunch, and walked down to the Joan Miro gallery.
I had been looking forward to seeing this, and it didn't disappoint. The place was purpose built to display his paintings, sculptures and textiles, and there was a lot of information about his life and works. His style was so different from anything else we've looked at in Europe, and his use of colours ...
... in all it seems it will be well coordinated. But this is Barcelona.
The people now are beginning to assemble in front of the stage and there are a few impromptu stick dancers doing their last minute practise, and then the emcee announces the groups and the stage show starts.
A number of dances are shown on stage to the folk music blaring away, each coloured group has two performances and Anne saw only one hand get hit! Must be fun ...
Barcelona! A city of beauty, excitement, mystery, and passion. Twisting streets and narrow
alley-ways spill into sweeping plazas and markets. Tapas bars beckon to hungry travelers,
tempting them with cuisine ranging from small dishes of squid to huge bowls of paella. All overlooked by the imposing fašade of Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia Church.
We landed in the city on Monday. ...