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We had an entry time of 12.15 pm for La Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's unfinished church that he was working on at the time of his death in 1926. We took the hop on hop off bus on the blue route, got off at the church and looked around the local area while we waited for our entry time.
It's hard to describe and even the photos don't ...
... which has been inspired by a famous designer named Gaudi. He has designed many buildings in the city, and once you see them you can clearly observe what differs from this city and all the others. This guy was so unique within his design and ideas, the architect has some mosaic feels with splashes of bright colours and curvy edges. After the walking tour we headed straight to Casa Batllo to tour through the house Gaudi built, I was so excited ...
... made it all the way to the Airbnb apartment without either of us getting robbed).
The apartment is near the bottom of places we've stayed. We didn't book accommodations for every country before leaving so this was a last minute choice. It's on the 5th floor with no elevator, and the A/C is really more of a fan that is barely powerful enough to cool the living room. Being on the top floor it is noticably hotter than being outside, so doubtful we'll be spending ...
... word “gaudy” comes from). His work has become
very famous, and seven of his buildings are declared world heritage sites by
UNESCO. He died in 1926, (age 73) after being run over by a tram. We saw several of his buildings on the bus
tours. One of them (the Temple of Sagrada Familia) is still under construction.
It sat dormant for many years after his death, and is now being finished based
on his plans and sketches. ...
... story, it was so much fun!
We knew about the hostels nightly party bus… for 4 euros ($6) you get a shot at the hostel bar, bus to a club and free entry. For us this was a no brainer and our new Jacuzzi friends thought so also.
12.30 the party bus was full, we were back seat bandits and dancing in the isles. For a Monday night the club was unbelievable, its like a Saturday night in the city at home….Barcelona has impressed on its first night. ...