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... His designs have lots of flowing lines and some of the buildings (Helen and Melissa don't read this) look like melting ice cream cones or hobbit houses. Also lots of mosaic tiles. A church near our B&B called the Sagrada Famillial was designed and started by Gaudi's before his death in 1926. It is a massive structure of many parts, and loads of steeples. The thing is, it is not complete yet - they are still building this church after almost 100 years. I guess it was ...
... still shell marks on the walls which they have left unrestored as a reminder of the horrible things that happened there. We visited a few other sights and I learnt lots but that in particular I just found amazing. After the walking tour a few of us decided to go up mount montjouic where the Olympic complex is and also further up a fortress which used to be used to protect the city, also had amazing views! Spent n hour or so exploring and then the heat got the better of us and we ...
... over the recent years to adjust and adapt to the rising tourist industry. Barcelona is beautiful! We don't want to leave! We got off a little bit into the first tour to have a look at a stop and found the coast instead. A gorgeous pathway walking quite conveniently through Macdonalds and heading down to the beach :) palm trees and beautiful blue sparkling water everywhere you look. This water looks like it was specifically made to ...
... 160; That evening we met up with one of Jen’s Canadian friends, Rachel, who was currently living in Barcelona as an AuPair, and went to a buzzing little pub that had 1 euro Spanish beers. I was not a beer drinker before coming to Europe, but I am gradually acquiring a taste for it and these San Miguel’s were extremely tolerable! We also seen the main street of Barcelona (La Rambla) by night and discovered the city ...
When we first arrived in Spain, we walked off of the plane and hail was hitting us in the face. Happy spring break everyone. We got on one of the shuttles that would take us from Girona to Barcelona. We got to see a lot of the city on our way in, but just like every other place we have been, it just seemed huge and very overwhelming and not necessarily pretty. From there we got on the metro to take us to Casa Gracia which is where we would. Be staying. For some reason we got on ...
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