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... like feel to it, similar to the ones in Lisbon. To save money we tried out our cooking skills in Spain and found that we could make some delicious meals with what the supermarkets and limited kitchen had to offer. We hope to do a lot more cooking on the trip. We saw some iconic sights like La Sagrada Familia and Gaudi's Park Guell. We only looked at the outside of the church of la Sagrada Familia which was quite ...
... that the Fair “will either fail to take place at all, or go forward in such a fashion as to heap ridicule upon Barcelona in particular and Catalonia in general” (The City of Marvels, chapter one). However, the negative press beforehand proved sorely mistaken in the end. In fact, as we discussed in lecture with Dr. Bowman, Barcelona is unique in that mega-events really benefit the city in the long run, ...
... Gaudi Museum. Count Guell died in 1918 whereby his family sold it to the city to develop into the parkland it is today. The Parc was declared a Unesco World Heritage sight in 1969, It was truly lovely up there and well worth the visit. (I must tell you we that when we got of the train station near the Parc we had to walk say about 500m then we turned into the street that led to the park. Steep you say, you better bloody believe it. It has 7, yes seven, sets of ...
... 8220;best establishment decorated in the artistic-ornamental style”, and has therefore always been considered a jewel in the crown of Catalonian modernism. We did the tour and then stayed for lunch.
Torre Bellesguard, also known as Casa Figueres, is a modernist manor house designed by Catalan architect Antoni GaudÝ, which was constructed between 1900 and 1909. It is located at the SarriÓ-Sant Gervasi district.
... Bling. The people we were with knew a few of the club promoters so we got free entrance and also some free champagne! There weren't a lot of people there when we first arrived but got a lot busier by the end of the night. We ended up getting into a VIP booth where we ended up meeting, lets just say, some very well known people. It was definitely an experience but when the club closed we all headed to the Ritz Carlton and further on into the Mediterranean Sea where I ended up ...
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Ons hotel, aanbevolen door buurvrouw Lenie bevalt prima.
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