Amrey Sant Pau
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... There was everything from Barcelona mints to plush Barcelona mascots.
The next day we headed off to the Miro museum and we got to take a look at some of Miro's finest art works. Along with the paintings there were also sculptures and tapestry like wall hangings. I think that Miro's understanding of how colours can change an artwork quite dramatically is very impressive.
We took the teleferric up to ...
... at Messie’s, again in
Gracia. There is a very colorful festival with nonstop music and drinking
during this week. Not only was I in the tower throughout, but Barcelona became
exactly like Seattle in June (rainy, cloudy and cool). I will be moving back to
my friend Belen’s for the last week of my stay in Spain.
I had the privilege yesterday of seeing the work of Valencia
artist and Sargent contemporary, ...
... line of the Barcelona bus tour and do the other half of the city but it would be too late if they wanted to see the final of the Soccer World Cup! I couldn't imagine the other half of the city would be much different anyhow.
We went back to the hotel, had showers, and went out to get some dinner. There wasn’t that much variety with the local food so we ended up getting some KFC and taking it back to the hotel. We also bought some healthy smoothies from a smoothie ...
When people have food on the table and our able to pay their bills, everything is great. As soon as that changes, it becomes part of a bigger cultural picture. This is what's happening in Barcelona.
After the Franco reign ended and the king of Spain declared democracy, Catalunya was granted its autonomous wish. Although the past decades were passed under oppression from the national ...
... as only having one day in the city, we wanted to get more of an overall picture. We happily sat taking photos though, and listening to the narration on the headphones which told us lots about it. We already knew the basics - that it was designed and started by Gaudi in 1882 and that it is a world heritage site, despite completion not being planned until 2026. I also knew that the style of a mix of Art Nouveau and Gothic. However, we were interested to learn that ...