HLG Pelayo Barcelona Hotel
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... 1920's, the architecture is unique. The structure has undulating walls adorned with colorful tiles. Ironwork on the decks and railings are formed to appear like branches or vines attached to the building. The roof area was especially interesting, no straight lines, all curved surfaces with sculptured features reaching upwards.
From Casa Mila we travelled by Metro to ...
This morning I felt pants, had a really bad night with Alfred being restless. He's been really constipated lately and yesterday had a bit of a struggle. I think he opened the flood gates so now we are constantly changing nappies regardless of the time. Bless him. However I dragged myself out of bed and rushed to get ready to go to the mums & tots group. It was quite a difficult journey I'm pretty tired by this point. Alfred wouldn't cooperate this morning so he hasn't had ...
... of our introduction to the tour it turns out that we have developed a pretty keen eye because that was absolutely the intention when the plaza was redesigned, to celebrate the strong history of trade that Spain had with it’s colony of Cuba. So we set off on our tour, happily following our cheerful Welsh lass and began to learn all about the historic center of Barcelona.
Like so many other cities throughout Europe, the real historical start for Barcelona came ...
... br> the organization with the intent to make connections that would support a
longer stay. But I am leaving soon, and
every foray into the city, even those that aren’t social, takes a dip into my
introvert’s precious cache of interactive energy. So I cancelled. Also, at least
on the website it appears the men are a little too eager to meet me, and every
other single woman. Just not ready, thank you very much, and if I do meet
... across this awesome little museum called The Museum of Ideas and Inventions. Full of fascinating gadgets - some ready to save the world ,others completely useless. Lots of fun and a break from all the serious site- seeing.
Had a wonderful dinner in a little restaurant called "Pla" that we read as bout in The Lonely Planet. Had a meal we will remember for a long time - just superb.
Da!y 4 .Up ...