Tag Archives: Spain

Roman ruins in Barcelona

There is an ancient Roman sepulchral road just a couple of blocks from my hotel. A nearby plaque states that this road led directly to the north gate of the ancient Roman city of Barcino that existed here. The city … Continue reading

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Worship in Barcelona

We met with the Badalona congregation for two hours on Saturday evening, and another two hours on Sunday morning (today). My father Royce and I presented lessons on both occasions. Following Saturday evening’s meeting, we went out with about 15 … Continue reading

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We are in Barcelona.

We arrived at our hotel in Barcelona about 6:45 p.m. local time after a (happily) uneventful 20-hour trip. We’re 6 hours ahead of Tampa, so our body clocks will be undergoing some adjustments for a couple of days. Our time … Continue reading

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To Spain, in the rain, mainly on a plane.

I am flying to Spain in a few hours to visit churches in Barcelona and Sevilla (Seville). I’ll be traveling with my father and another Christian from the congregation in Tampa where I preach. We plan to be there for … Continue reading

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