Chic & Basic Born Hotel
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... in the city. It was excellent! We again ordered a pitched of Sangria, and a large assortment of Tapa’s. They were by far the best authentic Spanish food we had during our entire trip. Hearts and belly’s full, we decided to visit the beach for our last night in Barcelona to watch the sun set. We found a beach bar with a seat open closest to the water and ordered our last pitcher of Sangria for the trip. It was the worst Sangria we had from the many we tried during our ...
... places were extremely fun! Mike got us into VIP at Shoko and we had an amazing time! At the end of the night we said goodbye to Mike because he was leaving for Munich the next day to see Sam Smith in concert (of course).
The next morning we woke up and took the metro to Brunch & Cake, which is a brunch place everyone had told us about. I had the Eggs Benedict on top of a waffle it was TO DIE FOR. Then we went to Park Guell which is a high point ...
... Brittany on the way. There is a hill not far from the shoreline in Barcelona, this was a part of the park we decided to visit. As we began walking up steps I don't think we knew what we were getting into. Each time you reached what seemed to be the "top" was another set of stairs or walk way leading up hill. We finally reached the top where an old fort sat with lookouts for what seemed to be hundreds of miles of ocean horizon. I imagine this was a place to see potential ...
... of space, use of materials and design. I’ve respected Gaudi’s work, this is absolutely stunning!
The restoration was completed in late 2011 (which explains why we hadn’t heard about it). We spent over 2 hours meandering through this space listening to a guided tour over a typical digital device one finds in a museum. When next in Barcelona, you MUST…PROMISE YOU WILL..go to ...
... more to see, such density of detail. Rohe said God is in the detail, Gaudi must have agreed. For Rohe God inspired the creative design that allowed him to achieve more with less, for Gaudi God was honoured in the complexity of his detail.
The sun set on us and we headed home, having only just touched the second of three bus routes and less than 10% of the sites we should have seen. Our time in Barcelona was over but we'll be back with much more time on our side next time. ...