Banys de Mar - Apartamentos Barceloneta
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... without being amazing. The wine we had was a 2010 Aonia from Priorat. 2010 Aonia Priorat Very dark and brooding. Carrying too much alcohol to be great, quite warming, but impressive intensity. Quite new world in its structure, deep dark liqueur cherry, slate and graphite. Tasting the following morning revealed more savoury notes, but still very big. A little disappointing. We headed to bed with Shavaughn falling asleep at the table. Our bags did not arrive until the next ...
... every way except that it's laid out in a cross shape and has an organ. The pillars holding up the ceiling are like trees that branch out an support different parts of the ceiling and the stained glass colors the white walls with colorful light everywhere. The pictures hopefully do it justice because writing about it definitely doesn't. I think it's the coolest building I've ever been inside of. After the church we headed out to find a famous gelateria that we ...
... my price range. When I left we went across the street and ordered the paella. It was delicious.The whole park wasn't open to the public since they were setting up for a concert of a well known singer. This wasn't a problem since what we did see was plenty. On our way out the line to get into the concert was a mile long.
Then we went to the Joan Miro Museum. I bought some small Miro design pins. This trip is the first time that I am actually going ...
... I'm proud to say I've watched all three first round matches (even the one that kicked off at midnight when we were in Madrid) in three different cities and will watch match #4 while we're in Paris. Tomorrow, our day is heavy with Antoni Gaudi. The most famous Modernist architect in Barcelona history, he has many works scattered around the city. We will start at La Pedrera, followed by La Sagrada Familia and finish with a visit to Guell Park. It's going to be another great ...
We have arrived at our apartment in Barcelona. We farewelled Bessy and Nancy (who got us through the city to the car drop off - thanks for the gps coordinates dad!! 3665 km in total. ) and took the train to the city proper. The apartment is a quaint, small space. Very likeable. Had a siesta (when in Spain...,) and now off to get supplies, dinner etc. Do you like Julian's hat in the pic? Adios. ...