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Barcelona is awesome.
Well, you see, there's this architect called Gaudi who's really amazing and he lived in Barcelona. Over the last two days, we have seen Casa Batllo, Sagrada Familia, and Palau Guell, which were all designed by him. Casa Battlo which we saw on the 23rd, had hardly any straight lines, as Gaudi was obsessed with nature which has no straight lines. It ...
... we squeezed around a table in the corner of the venue. All too soon the bar was closing so we decided to check out a square just down from the hostel where people sometimes hang, drinking cheap beers that are sold by Indians from plastic bags all over Barcelona. We were in luck, there were a couple of local Spanish guys there with their guitars, and their mates, and they didn't seem to mind when their crew was invaded by a handful of Aussies, a Brazilian and a Brit. We hung out with ...
... like feel to it, similar to the ones in Lisbon. To save money we tried out our cooking skills in Spain and found that we could make some delicious meals with what the supermarkets and limited kitchen had to offer. We hope to do a lot more cooking on the trip. We saw some iconic sights like La Sagrada Familia and Gaudi's Park Guell. We only looked at the outside of the church of la Sagrada Familia which was quite ...
... houses the Maremagnum (a commercial mall), a multiplex cinema, the IMAX Port Vell and one of Europe's largest aquariums – Aquarium Barcelona, containing 8,000 fish and 11 sharks contained in 22 basins filled with 4 million litres of sea water. The Maremagnum, being situated within the confines of the port, is the only commercial mall in the city that can open on Sundays and public holidays. The Port Vell in winter Railway Siemens Velaro designed for speeds of 310 km/h (193 ...
... Trash Collection in Spain
Barcelona has two sets of different trash cans throughout the city for your trash, recyclables, etc. The first set consists of two large refuse bins with an R on each one of them and a separate brown bin next to these two for composting. The second set consists of one blue, one green and one yellow bin for paper, glass and plastic recycling. They are often a block or more apart from each other.
Don't have many photos today, sorry!