Hotel Acta BCN 40
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... queues for the cubicles - I wonder why! Perhaps the security checks at the door had proven futile.
Stayed for an hour or so then decided that was enough as the music was hardly uplifting. On the way out we saw massive queues to buy tickets - it would have taken an hour or so to get in. Perhaps online sales would have been a good idea!
Walked home past several gay bars that were heaving at 1am on a Wednesday night - why worry about work the next ...
... It was another moment where I felt like I was
put in the right place for a reason. Experiencing everything this world has to
offer not only motivates me to see more of the world but also inspires me to
dream big and make it happen… it was truly and incredible moment and a perfect
end to Barcelona day 1.
The next day we woke up early after our first night in our
Hostel. I must say, hostel living is pretty interesting. Im thankful I brought
... Família is one of the major works of Antoní Gaudí, he was not the first architect to be appointed to work on it. Architect Francisco de Paula del Villar was the first one commissioned to design the church. On March 18, 1883, Villar retired from the project, and Gaudí assumed responsibility for its design, which he changed radically. This structure is the most common building you see on magnets and souvenirs or anything representing ...
... finish, it was estimated. They began building in 1883 and are past half way in 2010.
There is a YouTube clip 'Sagrada Familiar 2026. We build tomorrow', that shows the final vision. I first saw this cathedral in 1975 and loved the art of it. Much of the outside has a fluid sculpted look and is coloured with tiling like a mosaic. I hope I can see it 20 years from now.
From there we caught a tourist hop-on-hop-off bus, went some ...
... The church is all in the gothic style of architecture. You really need to look at the outsides more than once because there is just so much detail that you don't see on the first look. Gaudi spent a lot of time outside amongst the nature as a child so most of the theme is set around fruit, trees, flowers, animals and even shells. The minute details that you can only really see when you stare at it are fascinating. You can tell which bits are new obviously through the colour ...