Hotel 4 Barcelona
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... at this point. Who really knows?! Perhaps Rome and Athens will blow these cities out of the water! My other travels will definitely give me a different perspective of these cities because that's the way it goes. So the point is...don't ask which city was my favorite!!!!! That's like asking whether I'd like to eat hamburgers or chocolate for the rest of my life. Point taken? I hope so :)
Well, I'd better call it a night! Love you all and we'll talk when I'm in Rome! <3 ...
... it is not fully completed it is awe inspiring and a must see for anyone who com to Barcelona. Whilst Gaudi died in 1926 with only the "Nativity" side of the church completed , architects and builders from then on have continued his dream primarily from plans and models that he had done whilst alive.
Gaudi said that one day Barcelona would be famous for his church and he was correct. With only six of ...
... to an unexpected Flamenco show. This differed to the one in Seville - a man was singing, with only one real dancer. Although different, and more touristy with the colourful costumes, it was no less impressive. Hard to keep up with the speed of the feet. Again, the pained look on the dancers face was passionate enough but at times came across as comical. The show finished, and we left Sandemans ... the one tasting was enough, and headed out into the town of Jerez de la Frontera. ...
... buildings are very curved and the roofs have spikes and curves. When looking at his buildings, it would be easy to find every geometric shape put together to make a building. So creative. While the outside would be considered still really modern and artsy style today, the inside was created to look like an old French house. Personally, the styles didn't quite fit to me, but his outside design was way ahead of the times when he designed it.
... in Europe! =D
On our last legs we headed over to the Sagrada Familia, of course you have to see that right? But decided not to go in cos of the lines and the money. Still was just as impressive as I remembered it and I think even more had been added! Rushed finally up to Tibidabo where we caught the sunset over Barcelona. Was pretty amazing and fun hearing Alex tell us of stories of the theme park on top of the hill, some not so great like the girl who died ...
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