GHT Hotel Maritim
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... la. It is a visually very pleasing city that's for sure. At lunch time I was walking up la rambla when I came across the boqueria markets. Wowie. They are awesome. From meats on sticks, tapas, seafood, fruit, lollies, chocolate, spices, nuts- you name it. I happily and slowly ate my way around the stalls. I decided it was very important to try as much as possible. Back on the bus for more ...
... this bus, we stood in the blazing sun for over half an hour waiting to catch the Green line bus - so much for "hopping on"!! The Green line bus drove us past the modern part of Barcelona, with many new high rise buildings, beaches and the Olympic Village. These apartments were built on an area which used to be slums. The entire slum district was bulldozed in order to build the Olympic Village, which also opened up the beach area where walking paths and restaurants were ...
Does packing suck or is it just me? I Plane ride torture Stopped in Zurich Got to barcelona Met driver To apt Met Rachel for apt overview Unpacked Walked around Scoped out grocery store Walked semi aimlessly Stumbled on la seu. The cloister w white geese then inside Went to artists market Got cheese Walked along la rsmblas home. So sore! Stumped at home Ate at octopus place on our street Grocery store bought cute tshirts for the boys Home ...
... we were freezing, so we stepped off the bus in the Placa referred to earlier and walked briskly and in unison, arm in arm, by faultless navigation two to three kilometres back to Sagrada Familia in a darkening and busy city.
We hunted up soup stuff and wine when we got back to the neighbourhood and got to the flat to warm up. The cathedral, as we past, showed another character, moody and back lit. We planned tomorrow and cosied into the ...
... br> We walked along the Passeig de GraciÓ, on the sidewalks that were complexly-designed sidewalks by GaudÝ (of course) and stopped at each of the houses he designed.
Looking the Casa Batllˇ, you would think you've stepped into a kid's fairy tale book. The rooftop is arched and scaled and made to look like it's part of a dragon. The house is colorful and curvy and decorated with broken ceramic tiles and colored ...