AinB B&B Eixample-Muntaner
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ever seen and it's so unbelievably different to any other church in the world. The outside is covered in the most incredibly detailed facades, showing the 4 major points of the life of Jesus, and all in slightly different styles, from very organic and naturalistic for the nativity to brutalist for the passion facade. Inside is even better, there is essentially no flat surface aside from the floor, the columns, are a unique gaudi design, starting square at the base, evolving into ...
... set of custom dishes I will treasure forever.
The Land of Wine & Freixenet
My plan for Saturday is to meet a group of fellow students from language schools throughout Barcelona at the Arc del Triomf Metro station at 8:45 am for a trip of nearby wine country that lasts until the return to Barcelona by 2:30 pm. In the afternoon, I would love to see a movie someplace as I have not watched one for quite a while. We will see what is playing where. More ...
... the stylised underground map youŽd find in London or Tokyo - just destinations in a different language.
Dinner was back at the hotel as Judes feet had had enough for one day.
This morning we are off to Valencia for 2 nights.
Ive enjoyed the hustle and bustle of a big city with its grid of one way roads that makes Chch look like kindergarten. the central city area is a bit like 20 Queen >Sts in a grid pattern, ...
... an audio guide (I love these!) allowing you to make your own way through the house, stopping at each station to learn about his design concepts, reasons behind features of the house and much more.
First up you notice the curviness of the house, the natural light filtering in at every opportunity, and the bright, and many colours which he uses in his pallet. Apparently he was heavily influenced by the sea and nautical themes. On the front of the house are skulls on ...
... feet after were so smooth and I just felt, overall, refreshed. After our little fishy adventure we headed out
for our last dinner in Barcelona. No restaurant could come close to being how good the one we had the night before was, but we thought we would at least try. We stopped at one where we had the La Sagrada Familia as our view. The La Sagrada Familia is a famous church in
Barcelona designed by the same architect as Park Guell. It is massive in size and the details ...