rambla


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rambla

[′ram·blə]
(geology)
A dry ravine, or the dry bed of an ephemeral stream.
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We love Rambla's take on Spanish food and we are overjoyed that Rambla's stall at The Grid now serves paella on weekends.
Palau de la Virreina, one of the oldest houses on La Rambla. Is a gallery which we passed by every day while walking thru Las Ramblas
"We just got out as quickly as we could and it looked like fans were getting kettled and it ended up blocking La Rambla."
Milette and Tomas Lorenzo with architect Anton Barretto The gang of four recently added another notch to their belt with the opening of the second branch of the well-loved Rambla Concina Moderna in Salcedo Village, Makati.
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. La ensenanza es clara: ya no podemos vivir con la despreocupacion de antes.
Los padres de Xavi,el niEo de 3 aEos que muriE en las Ramblas,consuelan al imam de RubE[degrees].AiGracias @localpres !
But what happened a few hours later as we soaked up the last rays outside Restaurante Amya on La Rambla changed everything for ever.
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.
Crowds gathered for a minute's silence in the Placa de Catalunya at noon before parading down La Rambla's tree-lined walkways nearby.
Madrid, Dhu-Al-Qa'dah 25, 1438, August 17, 2017, SPA -- The Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Madrid is closely following-up the repercussions of the terror stampede attack which took place in the Las Rambla tourist district of Barcelona, Spain, on Thursday, leaving scores of casualties and injured.
One signal was filed immediately after the bombing of La Rambla and the other two hours after the incident.