Over Santa Coloma way, taking in Puig Castellar, which I’ve been doing informally for a while. Here are some photos:
This is looking back over the river towards the bits of Barcelona no one visits.
FECSA and Ryanair
There are other attractions, but the best bit about it for me are the views of the power station. I still find it the most important large building in the area, balancing Barcelona with the rest of the Maresme region, the chimneys a projection into the sky of the old delta. (As Pla points out somewhere, Barcelona is a Maresma conglomerate just like the  de dalts and de mars, consisting of a seaside village with a posher one on the hill.)
Een … twee meer fotos van mijn favoriete krachtcentrale, Sant Adrià de Besòs, gekiekt tijdens de wandeling van Santa Coloma de
I’m pretty sure the balconies of the building opposite have aluminosis, a structural weakness arising from the irresponsible use of aluminous
- Holy smoke
Why a power station on the edge of Badalona is the most important religious building in Barcelona
- Two serious IT/system problems at Bicing
They screw up, you pay.
If history, culture, economics and a lack of soothing medication mean that Galicia is entitled to bits of Asturias and Castile