Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona
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... Afterwards, we ventured back to Casa Batllo - several apartments created by architect A. Gaudi. This was an awfully strange looking apartment complex - seems like it could have inspired the creating of the Whoville homes in "The Grinch". Nonetheless, the amount of detail that went into the creation of every piece of the apartments was astonishing. Changing the colors of the tiles from light blue to a very dark blue so ...
... relations effort voice a large measure of skepticism about that finish date.
Across Europe, everybody's trying to break away from the mother country. What centuries ago history labeled "tribes" are now known as ethnic groups. But regardless of the name, they are still nothing more than tribes attempting to gather all their kindred spirits under one flag. Since the collapse of the USSR in 1989, ethnic groupings have become all ...
... of space, use of materials and design. I’ve respected Gaudi’s work, this is absolutely stunning!
The restoration was completed in late 2011 (which explains why we hadn’t heard about it). We spent over 2 hours meandering through this space listening to a guided tour over a typical digital device one finds in a museum. When next in Barcelona, you MUST…PROMISE YOU WILL..go to ...
... one and this turned out to be much more relaxing than the zoo would have been. There were some cute little ducks and turtles swimming around amongst the boats. We snapped some pictures of ourselves and then rowed back to the dock.
After leaving the pond we continued around a curve and were astonished to find an amazing fountain / structure area with sculptures and gardens. it was breathtaking and we could not believe what we had ...
... were that they were so natural looking and simple, but really artistic and functional. Something like that anyway. That's gaudì for you. We made our way back down to the trendy suburb and enjoyed the most delicious kebab! Paul ordered chicken and me flafel, but we were both surprised to find corn on each of ours. Maybe this is a Spanish twist on the kebab? It tasted really good! It was about 10pm by this time so we made our way slowly back to the bus station via a coffee for Paul. ...