Las Ramblas Bacardi Apartments
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... planned completion in 2026 being the 100 year anniversary of the untimely death of the buildings inspired genius, the architect Antoni Gaudi (who although an undisputed genius of the mind, was obviously deficient in road-sense).
Like the wild colonial boy, AG was born of an honest family and was raised in a simple manner. But unlike Jack Doolan, Gaudi was inspired at an early age by the inherent styles and shapes and patterns of nature and these ...
... made it much safer. Especially since helmets were not provided by the hire company. We were able to see much more of the city and get some much needed exercise in too! For our last night in Barcelona we went to see a Spanish show. The band was made up of six people. They played the guitar, drums and sang, there was also some dancing. It I was a lot of fun. We also had some tapas and sangria while we watched. Good fun! Next stop, ...
... the drink half way! Well we could definitely taste the alcohol. It was a bit too strong for me, but Rudi was happy with the measures.
The music in the Club was really good they played the same music as if you were in a Club in London, which is great and they mixed up some Spanish well known tunes as well.
Overall the Club was pretty good and myself and Rudi had fun! Living la vida Loca! ...
... off and other things 50% off, etc. I am set to do 2 larger pieces and 6 smaller pieces. They are oils so will take longer to dry, but found out that the water-based oils I used last year do not dry any faster than regular oils do, so did not bring those and acrylics really don't give the feeling/texture I need. (Though I usually paint in acrylics for commissions as otherwise my work would never be dry in time!)
Because the lighting/colors in Spain are different than ...
... back through Las Ramblas. We hailed a taxi when we got out on the main road because, shocker - we were lost again. Our taxi driver was the rudest man ever and he was mad I guess that we were only driving a few minutes away. When we gave him his money he threw it aggressively on the floor of the passenger seat. Needless to say, we were very confused, tired, and frustrated at that point and were very ready for our daily siesta.
After a long nap, we woke ...