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TravelPod Member ReviewsActa Antibes Barcelona
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... lots of people employed to sweep them with brooms and buckets. The influence of Gaudi is highlighted throughout the town. The older section has very narrow streets and cobblestone paths. The newer areas have trees, walking paths, bicycle areas and seating to rest and enjoy the atmosphere, all the features which our Australian councils are trying to incorporate into our way of living. One way streets are a car ...
... music and literally danced from 2 am until 5 am. Sober! It was such a great time I will never ever forget it. Everyone was in such a good mood (and mostly drunk) and it was easy to stay awake through the night with all this energy flowing. When we left we each got a coffee and a sandwich for breakfast and then we walked around until 7 am when we waited in the streets for the bulls! Since this entry involves two days I'll finish it ...
... it still remains one of Gaudi's most colorful and playful works.It was literally the most beautiful place I had ever seen. We arrived early before the crowds started to pour in, and it was so peaceful and serene. Easily my favorite part of the trip thus far.
After Parc Guell, it was around noon and we wanted to go back to Las Ramblas and walk down to the beach. The walk was long but it went by quickly because there was so much to see. It was crowded and ...
... know Spanish as well so I wasn't completely a fish out of water! I was really excited to get to Spain because there was the promise of warmer weather and my best friend Larissa is studying there so I was going to be staying with her for those 4 days. It doesn't feel like we have been apart as long as we have but the last time was on my birthday in Rome! The plane ride was neat because I watched out the window as we went from mountains to ocean all in 1.5 hours.
Metro then Train to airport in Barcelona to a British Airways flight to London. A six hour wait at Heathrow and the wisdom of a serviced lounge / Dubai and then Oz 38 hours door to door. Met by the lovely Elen after the usual pentathlon of customs/ entry processing at ...