NH Collection Constanza
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... his last job before retiring. We also had a look around St Peters Cathedral. I'm going to assume that this Cathedral will trump any other cathedral that I will see in my life! It is massive and just beautiful in every way possible it's really hard to describe. Out in the courtyard they were setting up some chairs for the pope to run his Wednesday prayer. It's Monday so they must need to set up a lot of chairs. After Vatican City we headed back to Rome to the Coliseum for lunch and ...
... hair cuts :) After this, we went out to the most amazing Tapas restaurant - La Flauta (I would recommend to ANYONE who goes to Barcelona). We were lucky to get recommendations from a classmate who lived their for awhile. Kevin's new favorite food was fried baby squid - think Calamari, but wayyy better! We spent a while at dinner - Spaniards like to relax and take your time at dinner - no rush. It was really fun and we met an older couple next to us from the ...
... of La Rambla we circled back down to the Universitat de Barcelona. It's interesting to see the differences between the Catalan language and regular Espanol, as the Catalans seem to simply change a few letters in words to make it their own terms, like Universitat rather than Universidad. We found this to be similar throughout Barcelona. The university was unimpressive but sort of cool to see at the same time. It was very small and the bookstore was as big as our bedroom back ...
And so we said adios to Sitges and caught the train to Barcelona; a relatively easy affair as we transferred to the Metro which actually stopped across the street from our apartment - thank goodness, the suitcases are getting heavier! Settled we went exploring to the L'Eixample district, home to some of Barcelona's most famous (and downright elaborate) Modernista buildings. The Modernista movement was Barcelona's take on Art Nouveau, and it's leading architect, Gaudi. The ...
... her readiness to have us we finally settled on the third weekend of June.
I was curious to see what Barcelana would be like after all the news you hear about the recession in Spain. The airport was beautiful, and after a quick bus and cab ride we met Aunty Hazel on a street corner in her neighborhood. It was so wonderful to see her - and this time in her home environment! We were staying in a little suite she had helped us find that ...