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Stayed in a super cute traditional Spanish 2 bedroom apartment with a cute balcony of Las Ramblas! Hugo the host was super friendly, entertaining and helpful! I definitely would recommend his place to anyone who is looking for a local feel accommodation. His place was homey and it offers all the basic necessity that you need while traveling on the budget. Mercado la Boqueria is just around the corner from his apartment.
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our last full day in Barcelona. Sally says that we should have stayed a few
more days; there are so many things to see and do here. More on that later.
I would like to clarify something that I mentioned in the last entry. I
indicated the (Antoni) Gaudi was an artist. Actually he was an architect, and
designed a number of buildings in Spain, especially in and around Barcelona. (I
wonder if that is where ...
... afternoon presented me with another tour opportunity, once again with Leon, but this time about Modernisme. That's right, with an 'e' at the end, because it was not the typical modernism. I won't pretend to be an expert here and, having taken in a ton of information today, I won't try to repeat what Leon told us, but suffice it to say that the art and architecture in this city are immense in their splendour and uniqueness.
... can make some noise!!). We ended the day with a drink in Plaza George Orwell, and a delicious salad and pizza at a football bar with a pizza oven that looked like a soccer ball, before the rain forced us to get the metro home.
Day 2 was spent exploring El Born and the trendy La Ribera areas. We bypassed the huge queue and decided to skip the Picasso museum. Highlights included the rather solemn grey stone fašade of Eglesia de Santa Maria del Mer (our lady of the sea) ...
It's hard to believe that a year ago I was ridding my closet of my winter gear, doing all of the things on my DC Bucket List and working on perfecting my Spanish. Now I find myself buying sweaters and mittens that have gone on rebajas (sale), doing everything on my Barcelona Bucket List and, um, working on my English? You see, after a couple of months of long distance, my boyfriend and I decided we want to continue our love affair and so... I'm moving to Dublin! ...
... I choked up and could not speak. Being inside was like going into “Middle Earth” or the Holy of Holies. It is a place of such ingenuity, brilliance, spirituality, beauty, thoughtfulness and creativity – designed in four dimensions – he must have conceptualized it from the inside out and the outside in. Bottom to top and top to bottom – like a hologram. Every detail of the Bible is captured in the design – if the Bible was a building ...