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... at the top of the home, skylights shaped like tortoise shells and so much more. There is a lot of mosaic glass and beautiful tile cut in waves to mimic the sea. Overall, it is striking yet playful and creative. The amount of detail and craftsmanship is stunning. I have never seen something like this where his play on color, light, shapes and design is truly unique. After my tour here, I was off to Sagrada Familia. There is some sort of ...
... with the highlight been Sa Grada Familia a church that has taken for ever to be built and is still not completed. Barcelona seems a very busy city, it's hard to distinguish between the tourists and locals, think we are all starting to look alike. We had the evening to ourselves so it was off to the local restaurant for more tapas but white wine this time and a reasonably early night for a change. Adios for now, tomorrow we are off to Montserrat.
... Raval is, vibrant and alive with noise every hour of the night. Soon I was
packing to move, this time to “settle” for two weeks and this time so far away
from the action that it feels like an entirely different city. There is no
money here on El Carmel, yet the views, even out a humble square window in a
tiny apartment, are worth millions. And my host Susana is a priceless gem. One
awkward, but sincere conversation ...
... i, It went in my comfy clothes no makeup hair put up in a quick ponytail. When I walked in I noticed lots & lots of people with there Merk Serono tags on so I just found a spot off to the side where Emily and I could sit for breakfast. Emily and I just sat down and a lovely French lady came over and asked if she could sit, "of course" I said.
She looked at me a bit funny and asked if I did a talk yesterday at the conference, ...
... the morning tour at the Santa Maria del Mar church. We had lunch and walked back to Las Ramblas and the hotel where we collected our luggage and left for the train station. We had a little time before our train and we were on a mission to find some gelato, so we took a little walk and came upon Plaza Espana with its beautiful roundabout and venetian towers. An old bullring, now shopping mall, has a lift that takes you to the top for a 360* view of the city, and ...