AinB B&B Born-Via Laietana
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... very central, right off Las Ramblas.
As we are still on Singapore time we woke up way to early at 5.30am, in a place that does not come alive until at least 11am.
We wandered the streets and found our way to the awesome La Sagrada Familia. Even the kids were wowed by the size of this extraordinary church.
On the walk back we stumbled upon a mass of people waving Spanish flags and celebrating their national ...
Today we continued on the Gaudi trail and went to the last work he designed - an apartment block in the middle of Barcelona which is now a museum with a rooftop terrace and stone sculptures. The building is described as a great petrified wave. The attic is constructed of brick arches.
There is an apartment on display showing the home and lifestyle of a bourgeois family in the ...
... name, but learned everything else about him. After that, we found this cool indoor market with all kinds of rainbow juices and went out for the Gaudi walking tour. On this tour we met some people from Canada, Mexico and Slovenia. We got to see different structures designed by Gaudi, ending with La Sagrada Familia. It was definitely one of the most beautiful churches I've ever seen. After the ...
A day and a half in Barcelona:
Highlights: La Pedrera by night, Casa Batllo, Sagrada Familia, Gothic Quarter, Montjuic Hill, Las Ramblas, Cathedral and Santa Maria del Mar church. Not visited, but recommend if you have more time, Park Guell.
There are so many wonderful things to do in Barcelona, and even though we only had a day and a half (actually less) we managed to fit quite a bit in. We arrived early in the morning and went straight to the ...
... and as we walked by opium again, this huge group of guys were shouting at us to come join them... obviously they were hammered but we kept walking by. After like 5 minutes we thought we would go back to opium and get some more drinks for ourselves anyway and it wasn't too long before they invited us to their bachelor party and had free sangria and mojitos for the next few hours. Talk about awesome! The bachelor party was like 26 men who were from Wales for their buddy's ...