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... an old bull ring that had been made into a shopping centre when bull fighting ceased a couple of years ago. There was also a beautiful park under which is a water reservoir. This helps with rain run off and limits flooding while at the same time watering the plants. Then we went down into town and were left In the city centre. We walked down La Rambla, which is like a Main Street, and found a department store. Upon entry and ...
... of the building. Standing in that hot sun is no joke, so we were keen to avoid all that.
The Church will have three grand fašades: the Nativity fašade to the East, the Passion fašade to the West, and the Glory fašade to the South (yet to be completed). It is estimated that the construction will complete in 2028. When completed, it will be the tallest church in the world.
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... of history it's a forward thinking place, on the cutting edge always of art, design & cuisine. You can explore medieval palaces & plazas, gawk at modernista masterpieces, shop for designer clothing along the bustling boulevards, sample the nightlife or soak up the sun on the beaches. Grant was here 10 years ago & knows I'm going to love it. When we got to Barcelona Grant used the google map screen shot to find our hostel. It too jus about ...
Over the last little while we have been to several 'big name' and lesser well known Modernisme buildings and seen various Modernisme furniture items. And now for the history stuff:
Modernisme (Catalan for "modernism"). Although it was part of a general trend that emerged in Europe around the turn of the 20th century, in Catalonia the style acquired its own distinct and unique personality partly influenced by the revival ...
This morning Sean and I woke up and went next door to the cafe for a light breakfast. We ordered a chocolate eclair and chocolate croissant with coffee and tea. We also had an orange juice, which I have to say that in both Paris and Barcelona it is freshly squeezed and delicious. We then headed down to the beach to take a scooter tour of Barcelona. It wound up being just Sean and I with our guide (Carlos) as we zipped through the city. We were out on the tour ...