Taken towards the end of this walk, it demonstrates some of the impact of the speculative development programmed by Barcelona’s eco-warrior council over the past five years.
If I could do rather more advanced wheelies on my Batavus Tripper I would post aerial shots of the dramatic shifts in the shoreline as a consequence of the same people’s obsession with building yacht marinas.
The good, the bad, and the quite ridiculously ugly.
- Keep it simple
Council-owned bar, Les Cabanyes del Penedès, Barcelona province, Spain, seen on this walk.
- New great mosque for Barcelona in historic building on Tibidabo
Three South Asian-British professionals (down from four last time, one having fallen to feminine wiles in the intervening biennium) emerge blinking
- Taken by death
The famous “Kiss of death / Petó de la mort” memorial sculpture in Poble Nou cemetery, photo by the excellent izarbeltza,
- 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’