Barcelona City Ramblas Hostal
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Pełne życia, gorące, nowoczesne... Miasto, które nie śpi. By je poznać zdecydowanie trzeba poświęcić więcej niż 2 dni.
Urzekająca architektura Gaudiego - nierzeczywista, trochę fantazyjna i bajkowa. Oczywiście króluje Sagrada Familia, którą widać z każdego …
... a new stadium however in these economic times it just doesn't stack up for them. On the way out of the stadium we walked through the team store where I was a little surprised that the offering of non clothing product was so limited. In most other venues I've visited around the world there are lots of different things to buy. We actually found more things in the outside store. A skating rink is also within the stadium site, opposite the main venue and off ...
... realised it was number 569 not 565 and mum was all astonishment (can you tell I'm reading Austen, Elvin?) as she had seen photos of the hotel in a clean, touristy area and the street we had struggled along was dodgy at best. Alas, it was our hotel and the location turned out to be ideal! We visited the Sagrada Familia which was about a ten minute walk and were mightily impressed and it's quirkiness and originality. We saw some hop on hop off buses that sparked our interest immediately ...
... our visits to places we wanted to see in Barcelona. A gorgeous day, so we sat up on the top deck and rode around till we reached the stop for the Park Guell. It's an absolute must-see, but the climb to the park was daunting in light of Butch's knee ailment. And then what a surprise! Since I was in Spain last summer, I could never have anticipated that the park would now have been enclosed, an ...
... br> light and movement of the sea. In the next room I discovered a Catalan
treasure, Maria Fortuny (father of famous designer Fortuny) with his visionary painting
style (and a favorite of mine): most of the canvas has loose, indicative
strokes while a few places, like the small knees of a child, are entirely rendered
to realism level, a whole generation before Sargent and the Impressionists.