AinB Las Ramblas-Guardia
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Arrived safely in Barcelona and found the b&b. It is in a quiet side street however there isn't any parking. Phil dropped us off with the luggage and found a car park close by. This required about 6 left hand turns in streets the size of my bedroom, entry into an underground car park about the same size and a discussion with a parking attendant who spoke very little English about leaving it there for 2 days.
The apartment is on the third ...
... previously been free to the public. We were warned repeatedly to be careful of pickpockets, because conditions are so bad that more youths have turned to street crime.
Sunday, September 28
What a special and spiritual way to spend a Sunday morning - in Gaudi's stunning Sagrada Familia. I had not been inside the basilica in previous visits to Barcelona because of the long lines to ...
We took the bus from the site,it costs €5.10 per person each way,which dropped us in Placa Catalunya. There was a festival taking place and the first thing we noticed was the sound of explosions which was a bit of a worry till we realised what was going on.We decided that the best bet wa to take the Tourist bus,which has three routes,and ...
We reached Barcelona finallyyyyyy. Omgzzzzz. Can't wait to get off the bus already!! The bus terminal looks dam pathetic though. We thought there's like a proper and decent looking resting place but there wasn't. The sky was still dark Cus we reached really early at like 5 or 6am around there. We didn't dare to move out of the bus station Cus we heard that Barcelona isn't exactly a very safe place. We sat(sleep) at the bus terminal till sunrise ...
... near by and I am not sure why.
Catalan Art Museum
I thought that the outside of this building was more spectacular then the art inside. I usually enjoy photography and they had a temporary exhibit by Joan Colom a Spanish photographer who was famous in the 50’s and 60’s. His claim to fame was how he shot his subjects. He would hide the camera on his hip or under a jacket and take pictures of unsuspecting people. ...