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... similar to home, except that they wouldn’t give you the lid to the drink you’d bought, it also felt a lot cheaper. Unfortunately FCB went down 0-1 to Celta de Vigo. In my expert opinion, I thought FCB was actually much better, they had a lot more attempts on goal, but unfortunately no conversions. I also thought that Neymar Jnr was a pretty skilled dude. Weirdly, even though FCB lost, they played their song afterwards. After the game I headed home with the masses on the metro. ...
... estate it was left there as an attraction for city people and tourists.
Parc Guell is truly amazing and has to be seen to be believed it almost reminds you of a scene from Alice in wonderland. The park is quite cheap to enter only costing around 10AU$ and is well worth it, There is a guided tour that a group can do which allows you to discover Antoni Gaudis architecture and style.
I personally found the tour both professional ...
... needless to say there was a lot of swimming involved in the morning practice.
Once practice was over it was back to the hotel for lunch and mostly a quick nap before an early afternoon training & scrimmage at the Barcelona High Performance Center. This is an amazing facility that is used by teams of high levels such as the national teams to train all throughout the year. If the pool area there was one 50m pool(used for swimming and water polo ...
... educational and cultural organizations. Within, you can wander a pleasant garden surrounded by Gothic pillars.
• Entrances on C/Carme & C/Hospital 56
• Courtyard open 9am–8pm daily
10. Església de Sant Pau del Camp--Deep in the heart of El Raval is this Romanesque church, one of the oldest in Barcelona. Originally founded as a Benedictine monastery in the 9th century and subsequently rebuilt, this ancient ...
... we had a Gaudi tour, this is not to be confused with a gaudy tour, which would have been something else, even if Gaudy derives from Gaudi. We did not dress in sparkly, bright colored clothing and feather boas.
Gaudi was a Spanish architect in the Art Nouveau style. He was an incredible outside the box thinker and his buildings are like nothing you have ever seen before, unless you have seen his work.. He ...