Residencia Pere Felip Monlau
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- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... ve even been there yourself so you know what I mean, but words can’t really describe the architectural and spiritual wonderland and masterpiece that Gaudi designed, created, and inspired.
Rick Steves described it as “bold, wildly creative, unmistakably organic architecture.” It is spirituality on modernistic steroids.
Some pictures of the profound exterior and the interior that portray a light immersed, spiritual forest are posted with this ...
... just around the corner from a chocolate museum we wanted to see which was very handy. The museum has a huge display of different sculptures all made from chocolate, they were quite amazing. As well as lots of history about chocolate in Spain and an area where you can see the chocolate being made. They also have an amazing hot chocolate which is basically just melted chocolate that we had to try even though it was 30 degrees outside!
After that ...
... There are some beautiful old buildings in this area.
Had a great lunch of duck, and Callum ordered Steak tartare after trying mine on my first day in France - pretty impressive for an 18 year old!
We got into Barcelona around 7pm, once we had found our way from the International train arrivals to domestic train platforms with all our luggage and no lifts (well, not ...
... of the street.
Our first stop was at Barcelona's world famous Sagrada Família Cathedral. This magnificent engineering feat should be finally be finished by 2026, nearly 150 years after work began.
This date is an important year as will make it ready in time for the centenary of the death of architect Antoni Gaudí, who famously joked that his client, God, was in no hurry to see it finished. Gaudi was a Spanish Catalan architect born in 1852 in Reus and ...
... creator of the monument decided to create the statue pointing his hand out to sea to illustrate his achievements, while others say that he points towards India, the destination he was originally trying to reach when he bumped into America. Another school of thought is that the statue points out the route to Genoa, which many say is his hometown. Barcelona is very well known for it 's wonderful 2 kilometre "Rambla's ", which is in ...