Barcelona Atiram Hotel
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... of Las Meninas as I knew i would see Valazquez's original in the Prado. Argh, the smiley faces are just too much pretension for me.
Then we visited the Barcelona cathedral. Cloister off the right transcript with geese and foundations and small statue of St George slaying the dragon. Steps 6+ of the Steves' gothic walk. Ornate slotted mailbox of the D;Arcaida. Street performers in key locations. Massive Roman columns in the Temple of Augustus, reaching to the ...
... into the different hues of colours wafting in through the strategically placed windows and light the most amazing columnal structures anybody has ever seen. The columns are made in the same way a tree forms. The trunk raises out of the floor to a knot, where the next few branches take off soaring into the vault above. The inside of the church grows up whereas the outside seem to fall down. The inside is as clean as the outside has ...
... This morning was a bit of a later than expected start and then it started raining. It was lovely to talk to Luke on the phone. We eventually got away and have been on the motorways since. It does seem very busy today as Monday is Bastille Day and a long weekend. A stop for coffee and croissant made us all feel better. It was certainly a LONG DAY OF TRAVEL. Because Monday is July 14th – Bastille Day and it is a long weekend and the ...
... Barcelona merged in dynastic union by the marriage of Ramon Berenguer IV and Petronilla of Aragon, their titles finally borne by only one person when their son Alfonso II of Aragon ascended to the throne in 1162. His territories were later to be known as the Crown of Aragon, which conquered many overseas possessions and ruled the western Mediterranean Sea with outlying territories in Naples and Sicily and as far as Athens in the 13th century. The forging of a dynastic link between ...
... are already booked for Tuesday, so this will continue until next Wednesday. The good news is that I have a painter coming on Tuesday to touch up the walls while it's easy..... And that the floors will be beautiful.
Thanks for joining us on our trip!