Hotel Garbi Millenni
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... but the rest of the day was fine. Barcelona has some really lovely old buildings, with a lot of nice little balconies. We got off and had a tapas lunch down near the beach area which I really enjoyed. The highlights of the first day for me were the visits to two of Antoni Gaudi's apartment buildings. Built around 100 years ago they still attract plenty of interest for their innovation and ...
... we took. The massive construction project started in 1882, was 25% complete when Gaudi died in 1926, and has an estimated completion date of 2026. We also saw four impressive houses in a row, each designed by a different Modernista architect (one was Gaudi). The street is nicknamed "The street of discord" because all of the houses, commissioned by wealthy people trying to outdo each other, were designed with ...
... called torrija (french toast/crepe swimming in sweet cream sauce).
Last stop before leaving was the aquarium. It had good displays with English signs on the development of ships, the life of fishermen in San Sebastian, crew competitions (skipped over this one), fishing techniques, and the history of whaling before it ever got to actual animals. There were large cases full of crustaceans, shark jaws, seashells, and other dead sea creatures that did not ...
... by Gaudi to be a 60 mansion gated community. The Park and infrastructure were built and in 1914 the first world war halted the development of the community. Only two homes were built, one of which Gaudi lived in for 20 years while he oversaw the building of La Familia Sagrade, his famous church still under construction today. The entry courtyard, the aquaducts and Gaudi's home are open to ...
... He has also been travelling for the past few weeks and ending his trip with us before heading back to work at a different hotel near France for the rest of the year. With our excitement of being in Barcelona we dropped our bags and headed out to explore. Andy had sussed out a cool day bar near the Rambala. The Ramblala is a happening pebbled street in Barcelona, full of shops, restaurants, bars and people! No matter what time of the day, or even what day the Rambala is alive. ...