AS Hotel Bellaterra
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... meant to resemble an ocean so there are no straight lines at all. It was really cool to see and explore. Afterwards I went to National Art Museum of Catalunya, which people compared to the Louvre. Just to make it clear, it's not even close to the Louvre, no where close. Still, there were some pretty cool exhibits, the modern art exhibit had WW2 propaganda, furniture and photography so it was nice to ...
... was seeing something freak out all hawkers which made them grab all there stuff and run into the bushes, there were so many it looked and sounded like a stampede, very funny! Brook even watched one them burying his stuff in amongst the bushes! From there we went to a Gaudi house called Casa Batlló. This house, refurbished by Gaudi in 1904, was quite beautiful in its unusualness. It has almost no straight lines in it, but at the ...
... we didn't have the right clothing so we continued on towards the Arc de Triomf. At last we had found a park...well sort of...at least there were men making gigantic bubbles and we got to have a go.
After that we walked though the park and arrived at the zoo. It was a bit late to go in so we headed down to the beach. It took ages to get to La Barceloneta. Brigitte was 'dying' and we had to stop for ice-cream before we eventually got there. It was ...
... number of children and adults as there was a school fronting the square at the time and it still exists there today. The tour took us into sections of the city we had not seen before and another highlight was a perfectly preserved unearthed section of pre middle ages Barcelona which is inside the very old market building and includes a wealth of detailed historical information on signs as you walk around (above) the unearthed remains of these buildings.
... referred to as La Pedrera, which means the quarry, because of its wavy exterior.
The rooftop was my favorite part of La Pedrera. It's difficult to describe so check out the pictures. There are no even surfaces on the roof. One must climb stairs and go down ramps to get around the circular roof. It was almost impossible to tell which set of stairs I came up from, as the whole area really plays with one's mind. The views of Barcelona and Tibidabo were astounding. It was ...