Apsis Porta Marina
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- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... Work on the church began in March 1882 under the diocesan architect Francisco de Paula del Villar. At the end of 1883 Gaudí was commissioned to continue the works which he did until his death in 1926. Since then a number of architects have continued the works following Gaudi's ideas and vision.
From the outset it has been an expiatiry church - built from donations. Gaudi commented on this: "The expiatory church of ...
... he showed her the screen and her eye brows raised and then she pointed to her groin. We very quickly understood what she was doing and said no no no! He then googled Haviana's to get a picture and showed her. Instantly she understood and the 3 of us laughed and laughed. Today we fly to Portugal so it was a 6am alarm for us. A new destination, new people, new language, new sites, new experiences, new stories to tell and new memories to make. Xoxo A & ...
... had beautiful quaint French villages. Moving south, it got really flat, and there were lots of vineyards. A little further south again, the massive French Alps loomed to the left of the train in the distance, and as got closer to the Mediterannean, it was really dry looking and rocky - almost felt a bit like a desert. It was noticeably warmer too, we could feel it in the train. This was confirmed after we crossed the border into Spain, when I saw ...
... One thing I have to say is there is mostly a sense of bad customer service - unlike what we have in NZ, but having said that, we have a favourite breakfast cafe that we have gone to where the lady there is great - anyone who can handle taking orders from 12 people and getting it right is doing well!!
We're staying literally a stone's throw away from one of Barcelona's major attractions, the Gaudi Sagrada Familia church. You'll all ...
... a cold beer in the sun :-)
After our beer we decided we would head back into La Rambla area and go to the La Boqueria markets again as the juices were awesome and we figured we could get dinner there. We just walked to La Rambla as it wasnt to far from the beach and we had a nice stop on the way for some spanish churros and chocolate. We found there to be some different stalls open at the markets and we ending up finding some lollies that looked like they were on ...