SPAIN IN 'THE ROSARIO'
CATALONIAN MONTAINS - BARCELONA - MADRID
THE CATALONIAN MOUNTAINS
These two views show the typical rugged landscape of the Catalonian mountains, where Sinclair has, or should I say, had! his luxury villa estate.
Imagine staking out Sinclair's villa complex from a Catalonian ruined farmhouse.
In 'The Rosario', the large coastal city of Barcelona, is the base for Tommy.s Restauración de Muebles Antiguos workshop, off Barcelona’s Carrer de Josep Anselm Clavé street, near to La Rambla.
LA RAMBLA IN BARCELONA
The first view of La Rambla is from the Christopher Columbus monument. The second shows how wide the pedestrian street is. The street name is derived from an old Arabic word for sand رمل - originally it was a dry sandy river bed - an important drain for the seasonal heavy rainwater flowing from the Collserola hills during spring and autumn. The bottom picture shows part of Tommy's street.
This is the capital city of Spain with a population of over 3 million people - a bustling and vibrant place for Juan and Antonio to live and work.