To be fair, it’s easy to build a nice wall if you’ve got a large quantity of good-quality slate, but I wouldn’t want to walk past wall no 2 (Santa Coloma de Gramenet) if there was a donkey leaning against the other side, and wall no 3 (Sant Roc de Llobregat) shows the worst – and the most popular way locally – of using reconstituted stone. I assume that the sign outside no 1 (Tiana) was erected by a Marxist-Leninist member of the council’s roads department.
You can see walls 1 & 2 during the Santa Coloma to Montgat walk.
- Rolling, rolling, rolling, down the Llobregat
Either the cat in Sant Climent de Llobregat has a very large mum or someone has driven a Seat 600 through
- Sant Martí de Centelles slags off anarchists, disagrees on “historical memory”
Some Civil War street plaques sound a dissonant note with respect to the official Popular Front “historical memory” dogma. St James’
- Rooftop virgins
Despite the Grimms’ usual fiddling, Rapunzel remains – as Violet Bergen notes in a fine article – a story suffused with
- Long shot of new scrapers on Barcelona’s northern shore
Taken towards the end of this walk, it demonstrates some of the impact of the speculative development programmed by Barcelona’s eco-warrior
- Terminal Germinal
The pros of walking to Barcelona Airport.