Hotel Torre Vermella
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... types of art. That gave it a nice distinguishing factor from other (boring) art museums. Then I went to La Rambla, a famous street in barcelona, to walk to a few churches that were uneventful. That night I went to see the magic fountain show with a girl from my hostel, it was pretty cool and all set to super hero, American songs.
Friday I spent at park Guell, which was alright but I was pretty ...
... very functional. Gaudi designed it so that natural light could get into every room in the house, he designed vents to let in air and light but not the rain, and he even designed the hand rails on the stairs and the door handles so that the would fit perfectly comfortable in your hand. We were quite exhausted after all this today and taking in so much information, and seeing as we are in Spain, we went back to the hotel for a siesta before ...
... We wander along the shoreline towards the W Hotel on the point and then started to head back to our apartment. It took ages...and then even longer.
When we finally got back everyone wanted to crash but we struggled up the street and had tapas again for dinner. We found a great place and it only cost €20 to feed everyone (including drinks!).
We collapsed into bed as soon as we got home. It was a very good day but we must have walked 10kms...at ...
... day we did a guided tour of the Sagrada Familia cathedral which is a stunning Gaudi architectural masterpiece. A walk to the higher point of the city the following day (Montjuic) provided magnificent views across Barcelona and the port area. Further afield is the 1992 Olympic stadium which is open to the public. The food, atmosphere, shopping and architecture in Barcelona makes for a great experience and we thoroughly enjoyed our second trip to this wonderful ...
... Had there been just one surface on which I could have sat and read a book, I would have been up there all day!
After meeting friends for some lunch and rebajas shopping (semi-annual sales all over town!), I continued to roam around the city, exploring parts I'd never really seen. And thank goodness for Google Maps! I have no idea how people wandered the narrow, windy streets without them!
On Sunday, Holly and I took a day trip to Montserrat. Situated atop ...