Hotel Garbi Millenni
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... provides a good sweat, not something I was anticipating at the end of November, but whatever, I am in good shape. Destination, Park Guell, home of a community that Gaudi built as a sort of residence housing project for high-end individuals.
The Park is made up of the free area and the Monument Zone. The Monument Zone costs 6 Euros and you have to buy an advance ticket prior to arriving because it has a time on it to indicate when ...
... set off for La Boqueria, yet another Market! We love this place. We went on a mission to find our favorite “spice Lady”…..gone. Her store was closed up. So sad. We found the same pimento we like from a different storefront and bought it! Now, off to find our favorite Gelateria. OH NO…gone. We both remember the location as being at the front entrance to the market. Not there, replaced ...
... meet lots of new people at the same time. One of the more interesting things about a large group from the province of catalunya is that everyone is fully bilingual. Conversations flow around me in Spanish and Catalan. I listen very attentively because some words are just like Spanish, but so many are different that I can't really follow along. If I were ever going to live here I'd definitely take lessons, road signs and public announcements are ...
... the Citadel Park, still a hub of social and cultural exuberance in the city, and the modernisme style of art and architecture that burst forth from Barcelona (and Catalonia in general) at the time. The Citadel Park represents a strong and independent Catalonia, as it replaced the fort that Madrid had imposed on the city to keep Barcelona in line. Even 200 years after the World’s Fair made it the focus ...
... different kind of feeling. Apparently it was controversial at the time, but I really don't know what the elements represent. I do love the way the masks look against a blue sky.