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... fireworks and craziness for one night. We settled into some front row seats at a bar on the promenade and watched the world go by, expecting our next show to begin, the fireworks display over the church. Which we thought were to start at 10 pm. At 10:30, one shot went off and we got ready. Nothing. At 10:45, another shot went off. Nothing. By this time we had moved to the beach and the crowd had swelled to thousands. At 11:00, the church bells began to ring but we had ...
... bowl of melted dark chocolate pudding-like goo for dipping our churros & ladyfingers into! We also sampled torro/turron, a nougat that is served at Christmas time in Catalan country. We strolled through the Parc de la Ciutadella and poked into backstreets, markets and courtyards whenever an open door presented itself, a wonderful way to get to know the city. All the streets in the city are decked out with ...
... locals may crowd outside of the works of Gaudi in Barcelona, the Lourve in Paris, the Westminster Abbey in London and then once having achieved witnessing this spectacle, move on. But can appreciation and satisfaction only lie in completing these “top 50 things to see and do” as named by the newest app or is a destination more than it's attractions?
When I was staying in a youth hostel in Barcelona, I had just ...
... t offended. We finally arrived in Barcelona and for the first time, Lizzy didn’t know the city like the back of her hand as she did in Valencia. This worried me at first, but thankfully we were able to work together to find our hostel. We were quite exhausted after our trek from the rail station and couldn’t check in for another hour. Thankfully the hostel was able to store our bags while we ventured out to find something for lunch. We wanted to ...
... to his buildings which is so often overlooked by architects - the use of colour. The combination of original design, interesting shaped stonework, and vibrant colours in Gaudí's work give the viewer a truly breathtaking visual experience. Here is what I saw of his.... La Sagrada Familia- which I wrote about in my previous post. His lamppost's in Plaza Real. - His first commissioned pieces for the city of Barcelona.... And his last. ...