Husa Bonanova Park
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... was incredible. Every aspect of every surface has a meaning and reason for being incorporated into the building. Parc Guell was to be a residential area, again the detail to the placement of buildings, gardens, vegetable patches roads etc were given great consideration. Unfortunately it was a failed venture after only a few ...
... extremely efficient- the longest we
had to wait was 3 minutes. There was also diagonally travelling elevators at the main station, like
in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory! We quickly left our things in the room
and caught the metro to the Espanya stop, so that we could see the Magic Fountain
of Montjuic. We were lucky that we were there for a public holiday, otherwise
the fountain would not have been going. It reminded me of the “World of Colour”
... the commercial city. The Plaza is paved with sculptures Monumental fountain and ponds. We took the double decker tourist bus to the historical district 'the Gothic Quarter', which refers to a number of streets around the cathedral. There are traces of the Roman colony of Barcino, the remains of which can be seen in the Basement of the Barcelona History Museum on Placa Del Rei.
Then we saw the incredible Cathedral of ...
... literally translates to "the *******". Traditionally, the figurine is depicted as a peasant, wearing the traditional Catalan red cap (the "barretina") with his trousers down, showing his bare butt and defecating. The Caganer is a highly popular feature of modern Catalan nativity scenes and is believed to have entered the nativity scene by the late 17th or early 18th century, during the Baroque period. Last stops were Placa del Rei (King's Square) where one of the King's ...
Getting around Barcelona is so much easier than I thought it was going to be. Not physically easy ( a bloody big hill is still a bloody big hill ) but it seems that where I am staying is fairly central, and once I've walked the 15 minutes to the nearest metro, the whole of the city is only a few stops away. I had thought that the first place I had decided to visit, Park Guell, was miles away in the hills on the outskirts of the city. It turned out to be a 10 minute ...