Barcelona Hotel Colonial
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We have really enjoyed Barcelona. Everyone said we would love it here, and they were correct. We have visited the National Museum of Modern Art (amazing installation regarding technology), History Museum of Barcelona (perfect to help us understand the history of the area), Museum of Picasso (I have a new appreciation for him), went to the sea front and sat on the beach (OMG, we could have spent a week just ...
... 8211; although the main one La Pedrera was covered up for restoration. Max took us through Placa Catalunya and we walked for ages and then took the very modern Metro – very nice. We saw the fancy hospital and finally the Sagrada Familia Cathedral. I can’t actually believe this building. It is SO big and has SO many carvings, stories etc on it, The outside is amazing and the inside takes your breath away. Very long but great ...
... the seats were even tinier. Plus, I witnessed some 20 year old girl picking her nose and eating it.
I tried to sleep, but couldn't really. I even took this "sleep shot" thing which was really sketchy but I was willing to try anything.
We arrived in Barcelona at 8:00 in the morning the following day. We hopped the AeroBus and were dropped off 5 minutes walking distance from our hotel, BCN Fashion House. Of course, we got lost and ended up walking ...
... expansive and fairly simple in nature in that it didn't have ornate alters like many old European churches. It was absolutely my favourite building I have ever been in. The arches and stained glass were complex - there isn't a straight line in the place thanks to Gaudi's design - but the stark white construction is so elegant. Pictures will never capture the beauty inside the church but I still tried to take a few. All in all this tour was one of my favourite parts of ...
Everything is packed ready for when we check out. I took final photos of the views and the living area of our apartment. We really enjoyed staying here at Paseo de Gracia Apartment A.
After breakfast we walked up Passeig de Gracia and took an audio tour through La Pedrera – another Gaudi creation.
Gaudi fashioned door knobs and chairs that are incredibly ergonomic. We spent about 2 hours here, it was really fascinating.