City Senator Aparthotel
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We Started the day with a walking tour of Eixample neighborhood. This is their "uptown" and has plenty of modern shopping. The highlight of this neighborhood is the "block of discord". There are 3 buildings on this block from top creative architects Antoni Gaudi, Lluis Domenech i Montaner, and Josep Puig i Cadafalch. Each of these buildings are great stops for pictures and some of the most unique ...
... city. We should put those objectors on the Hill in Newcastle and those supporting the heavy rail, and send them over here - maybe even leave them here. We jumped off the bus at the home ground of F.C.Barcelona, arguably the greatest football (soccer team) in the world. This was impressive. A museum, a massive merchandise shop and other facilities including restaurants. There would have been over 1,000 people there - bear in mind that it 11 am on ...
... out from the relative darkness of churches into the light of the central garden, the inevitable Gothic arches always close by, was nice. The ubiquitous orange tree was also never far away.
The Gothic art gallery portion of the diocesan museum had some very nice alters from churches in and around Tarragona. Reds were the dominant colour.
We had no idea of what it might cost for a cab to take us to the Roman aqueduct, wait and come back. I thought ...
... having only been here for a day, our Barcelona experience may be more about feelings rather than the sights. I feel like I belong here. Perhaps it's the noise and robustness of the people. I see our family and friends in the passing faces. I think of us delighting in the tradition that is Tio. I recall dressing up as a very young girl in the Catalan national dress and learning to dance the Sardana. Barcelona - it's a happy place to be and a happy home for ...
The past couple of weeks have been very hectic and busy and unfortunately haven't been able to work on my blog updates. My last update was in Munich Germany, currently im in Barcelona, Spain which is so beautiful and amazing, it’s the heart of gothic architecture and has some of the most amazing buildings in its city, we stay on a street strip filled with restaurants and cafes, all of these are very neat, modern ...