Barcelona Rooms 294
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Wow! What an amazing church. Some key facts;
1882 - Francesc del Villar is commissioned to construct a neo-Gothic church
1883 - Antoni Gaudi takes over as chief architect
1926 - Death of Gaudi: work continues under Domenec Sugranes. Much of the apse and Nativity Facade completed
1930 - Bell towers of the Nativity Facade completed
1936 - Construction is interrupted by Spanish Civil War
1940 - Architect Francesc de Paula Quintana i ...
After deciding to have an early night last night and going to sleep at 3:30am we woke up early but not quite as early as we'd hoped. Anyway, we got ready for the day and jumped on the metro and then a train to Mount Montserrat which has the most breath taking view I've ever seen in my life. It also has something called "The stairway to heaven" which is a heap of cement block stacked on each other and the land drops straight off at the ...
... this week and our combined score out of 10.
Our Tapas For the Week:
Milano salami on bread (7/10)
Cheese with ham and more cheese (9/10)
Cheese with strawberry sauce on bread (7/10)
Patatas bravas (7.5/10)
Deep fried squid (6/10)
Garlic and parsley prawns (7.5/10)
Crispy chicken with sausage and pepper (7.5/10)
A three-cheese croquette (6.5/10)
Marinate pork brochette ...
Barcelona has many art galleries as well devoting entire buildings to such artists as Pablo Picasso and Salvadore Dali, both Spanish that studied in France perfecting their talent. You’d need several days in Barcelona to visit these museums and the culture housed here. Not to mention the famous architects such as Gaudi, that designed many beautifully ornamental buildings giving the city it’s character.
The pasejada is like a Correfoc without the scary bits. It contains many of the animals and monsters plus the samba bands and other drummers and percussionists that help to make that parade of fire so exciting. It’s actually a better way to see the creatures because the smoke and explosions plus the spectators running hither and thither in Correfoc can be quite a distraction.
From memory I reckon it took about an hour to pass ...