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In the heart of Barcelona, sandwiched between sunny, tree-lined avenues, sits the Mercat de St Josep de la Boqueria, known simply as “La Boqueria” to locals.
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Wednesday 8th October
So I was ecstatic to hear that classes were cancelled yesterday and today due to student protests! This November there is a referendum, just like Scotland’s, to decide whether Catalonia should be an independent country rather than a part of Spain, and students want to have their say. 1,061 more words
After two weeks Airbnb-ing around Spain, friends and family asked me, “What was your favorite part about Spain? Was it Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia, or was it seeing Goya, Velazquez, and El Greco at the Prado?” My answer every time is “the tomatoes.” 473 more words
I have just returned from the beautiful sun-splashed streets of Barcelona. Being back in England is, expectedly, depressing yet I am allowing myself to indulge in summer-memories just a little longer by writing a quick review of my time there. 1,133 more words