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... museum is a model of the HMS Victory, one of the British ships involved in the war of 1805 which trounced both the Spanish and French fleets. They had an interesting display of surfing at different beaches around the world. Spain and France have huge waves off their coasts. Back on the bus, we get off at the Barri Gothic, the historic district of this city. We enter to visit the Barcelona Cathedral, a vast church with many ornate chapels within ...
... stage space for an orchestra. The place had the similar quirky feel re its architecture as did the hospital. The tour lasted an hour.
We headed up to the Casa Botlol to try our luck. The line up was not too bad save for those trying to claim various discounts and having to show proof. I was down to my last 50E note so paid the 64.5E freight on Visa. The tour came with a video guide.
The house has almost no straight edges. Colours change in various ...
... drive found us at the hotel right in the city area - great location. Hotel was a bit older but quite a nice place. Dumped our bags in our rooms and took a bit of a walk around the area to get our bearings. Lots of restaurants around of all different cuisines - they are big on tapas here. Up it is very different to our tapas back home. Tried one tapas dish as we didn't know/understand the varieties they offered ...
... t even feel that quick as the train is so smooth.
Once we arrived at Sants station in Barcelona, we weren't 100% which line to get on to our Airbnb apartment we were staying in, so we just caught a taxi. It only cost €8 so wasn't too much of a problem. We found the apartment building and met the guy - Jose who lives there. We have a room in their apartment with our own ensuite, and terrace too. It's nice and comfortable and they included ...
... from 1907 with his father and his niece. As you can see from the photos, Gaudí's work is unique. To me it looks like illustrations you would see in Dr. Seuss books. The main attraction of Barcelona would be La Segrada Familiar. This is the huge and unusual looking cathedral you would see on all the postcards of Barcelona. Construction was started in 1882 by local architect Francisco de Paula del Villar. Architect Eusebi ...