Hesperia Fira Suites
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... instead it seems as though his statement agrees that Barcelona is constantly trying to better its image while hardly placing any emphasis on its truthful and magnificent history. It feels as though it must better everything about itself, including its historical image. I hope Barcelona doesn’t suffer unnecessarily from this desire to constantly prove itself amongst the world’s “great cities.”
... de la Santa Creu i de Sant Pau ie: Sant Pau Hospital. This is where Gaudi died after being hit by a tram. It was a working hospital till about 4 years ago, and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hospital complex is a walled city within a city. The architect wanted the patients and their families to be in a beautiful location. The extensive planned gardens influencing and improving the micro-climate, tiling adding character and vitality to the ...
... style. Then we went to the Glory Facade where the main entrance will be. There the only things that looks done are the bronze doors. There are supposed to be 18 towers when it is completed including 12 towers for the Apostles, 4 four the four evangelists, one for Mary and one for Jesus. I can't even begin to put into words the grandeur of this church. It is just jam packed with carvings and symbolism while reflecting a modernist style. We ...
... looked at me knowingly and said, "You had a lot of fun, didn't you? This town is Just. So. Fun. But watch out," she warned, "I actually had to leave Barcelona for a while because it was too much fun."
The wonderful thing about firsts is that they imply there will be seconds, and thirds, and so many more. More siestas, more fiestas, and in all reality, more meltdowns. But that seems like a small price to pay for all this Spanish fun!
... minutes, with the passion of the performers evident from start to finish. While the set and costuming wasn't exactly extravagant, in addition to the fact that the entire performance was spoken in Spanish, I was astounded by the dancing ability of the two. A Flamenco show is a must-see in Barcelona!
Once the Flamenco show was over, we migrated to a bar across the courtyard for drinks and dancing. I lasted a whole half an hour before ...