Hotel Catalonia Barcelona 505
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... nou camp. wow what an experience, watching Barcelona play, awesome players like Messi, Adriano and Suarez, with Messi getting a hat trick, what an experience. They ended up winning 5-0 so plenty of awesome goals.
The next day it was time to leave, Barcelona was for sure one of my favourite cities, just such an amazing vibe, people were cool as **** had one of the craziest ******* cab rides ever, darting in and out of lanes at ...
... any other cathedral that we had visited but it didn’t have the same confusing, almost too busy feel of the houses and even the park. Where other cathedrals would have needed to use buttresses to support such a large roof, Gaudi had designed his own shape of arch that he used, in combination with the incredibly interesting shape of the support columns that resembled very closely giant trees with branches splitting off to support different parts of the roof. It was ...
... the station; thank you Starbucks! We saw flamingoes on the trip but I missed the energy windmills; I must have been napping at the time. Bridget watched movies on her laptop whilst I dozed or did crosswords.
I am convinced that someone has snuck bricks into our suitcases with their heaviness after one city stop. The stairs in stations have not done us any favours today. I found getting us organised to transit from the arrival station to the metro a little ...
After a nice sleep in we made our way into the centre of Barcelona. We had planned on going on the 2pm walking tour but when we arrived the tour was already full. So instead we decided to go on the Gaudi Walking tour, which is also a tour looking at the Modernist buildings in Barcelona. We had an enthusiastic tour guide called Leon who took us around Barcelona. On the tour we saw some of Gaudi's most famous ...
... to the old part of town, which is not ****** old but had nice old architecture and old churches. The city parklands Montjuic is a mountain off to one side of the city and has real nice gardens a sky rail and of course the compulsory castle. ( we couldn't resist the sky rail even though it was exorbitantly overpriced for what it is) The most impressive building in the city however was Gaudi's church 'La Familia Sagrada'. A completely surreal building it is under ...