Silken St. Gervasi Hotel
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... location of something else stunningly impressive.
I got the metro into the more central city area and rose from the depths of the fantastic metro for a quick bite before hopping onto a bus about to commence its route of the green circuit (as opposed to the alternative orange circuit, though the two do intersect at a number of places allowing travellers to chop and change as well as hop-on, hop-off.) I did one complete circuit and came away even more impressed we'd ...
... before pumping my chest and yelling out – “Lets to this!” The girls have the cameras ready and Johnny applies the stencil on the inside of my left bicep. We check the placement, size, font and spelling in the mirror one last time. It’s all systems go. He asks me one last time if I really want it. He reminds me that it’s for life, just in case I didn’t know. He’s been doing this for 20 years so I guess he’s seen some regretful ...
... to plan the next day. As we are staying on for a few days after they leave it is their choice to prioritise the sites to see during their stay here. In bed by 1245 for an earlyish start in the morning.
D&L made a comment on one of our earlier blog entries that they thought there would be an effect on the publishing of blog entries while we were together - and they were right.
... by the Modernisme Movement--Barcelona's great contribution to architecture (1988-1930).
The best starting point to understand Modernisme is the ‘block of discord’, three neighbouring buildings in Passeig de Gràcia. The block gained its name because of the close juxtaposition of three outstanding buildings – Montaner's Casa Lléo Morera, Puig’s Casa Amatller and Gaudí’s Casa Batlló – each of which conflicts in style, although they are ...
... just to try and shake the hang. Visit done was back to Barsa few beer and a nice bit of grub at a local was just what we needed, bed early for the next days site seeing. Headed off the next day early to see the Sagrada Familia, stroll Las Ramblas, found a great restaurant just off Las Ramblas in a little sq call placa Reial. This was truly a great holiday for a few days with a great partner and guide lol it couldn't have been much better, Sweet ...