rambla


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rambla

[′ram·blə]
(geology)
A dry ravine, or the dry bed of an ephemeral stream.
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Nadie sabe de que manera habrian organizado el iman y sus muchachos el atentado de Barcelona pero desde luego que los bolardos y las jardineras hubiesen impedido que la furgoneta se colase en la Rambla.
But what happened a few hours later as we soaked up the last rays outside Restaurante Amya on La Rambla changed everything for ever.
Defiant residents took part in a march of unity along La Rambla yesterday
The CIA informed local Spanish police about the terrorist threat about two months ago, and particularly named the Las Ramblas tourist area of Barcelona, the El Perodico newspaper reported on Friday.
THE BARRI GOTIC: On the north side of the Rambla stands Barcelona's medieval heart and stepping into its narrow high-walled alleys is a bit like entering the set for Game of Thrones.
While the Rambla itself is tourist central with prices to match, there are some hidden delights close by.
Apartment 1B and Grace Park at One Rockwell, Mamou and Tuan Tuan at Power Plant, Ooma at Edades Tower, and Rambla at Joya Tower.
The Holmfirth students, led by teachers Scott Cossey and Angela Wigfield, toured Barcelona including tourist attractions such as FC Barcelona, Park Guell, La Rambla and the Sagrada Familia.
Reflective of La Rambla in Barcelona or Piccadilly in London, The Drive at Akoya will now be extended to stretch 2.
EN la Pronovias flagship store de la Rambla de Cataluna, en Barcelona, reaparecio Tamara Falco del brazo de Enrique Solis, nueve dias despues del fallecimiento de Miguel Boyer.
VISAS ETC: Not needed if you are an EU citizen HOTELS POSH Le Meridien, La Rambla 111 (www.
After three exhausting days of Gaudi, tapas, and strolling up and down the delightful Las Rambla in Barcelona, relaxing with a glass of chilled beer overlooking a sun-soaked Spanish beach seemed a world away.