Ibis Budget Barcelona Sant Andreu de La Barca
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... thing I noticed about the wide boulevards is that at each intersection, the corners of the building are cut off at an angle, thus creating a larger more open space at each corner - very clever urban planning. After walking around for a couple of hours I had an early dinner. I only wanted a couple of tapas and a glass of wine. The restaurant didn't sell wine by the glass, with the smallest option being a half bottle. I didn't want this but they said they did ...
... that there was a Gaudi hospital we should see. Well we walked and walked, stopping for a little refreshment along the way, and did find the hospital...quite astonishing - and not Gaudi, but a world heritage Art Nouveau site - it was built between 1902 and 1930 - the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau (looks all wrong spelling because this is Catalan) and it is an amazing complex. Was used as a hospital till 2009, but ...
... however 20 odd years ago they realized that this is rather crazy and now being by the water is becoming more affluent thanks to the Olympic apartments. Where they held the Olympics was amazing and it's still a highlight of the history of Barcelona due to the effect it had on the city. We had our first paella today and it was awesome. Mila loved it too. The people (young and old) here so far have been really nice and often stop ...
... time and I have a long list of things I want to do in just a few days.
Then we went for a very pleasant walk down La Rambla. The buildings are so beautiful. There are so many people just out strolling. And there are so many places to eat. We stopped and got me a Nutella gelato cone. It was so good! We only walked half way then we took a cab to the museum. They were only open for fifty minutes more but that was fine. Then we walked over to Monument Colon to take a ...
... interesting because it was so different then any other cathedral I have
ever seen before, it truly made me understand the meaning of something looking ‘gaudi’,
filled will all kids of gargoyles and interesting figures. Amanda and I were
determined to see the inside so we pushed our way through a long line and
bought tickets for a 5:45 entrance. In the mean time we went back on the bus
and went to the Guile Park- also where Guadi’s architecture is. We ...