Petit Palace Barcelona
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... by a tram. The creativity and style using architectural features drawn from the natural living world is simply staggering. A number of other of his buildings are tourist attractions in the city. We went up to Parc Guell in the north to see his park scheme and the home where he lived for many ...
Friday morning we did the Hop on Hop off bus tour. These are double decker buses that take you to al the main sites and you can hop on and off wherever you like. It was such a great way to see the Gardi architecture. My favourite place was the National art museum which had the best views. The building itsef was amazing, and the huge water fountain is so cool. We didn't actually go inside the building, just ...
... the sangria. When the sun (and the sangria) was well and truly gone we started on a bar and pintxos tour around the old town that didn't end for me until about 4am. Unsurprisingly the next day I wasn't feeling the best and my day got off to a very very slow start. Eventually Rita from the night before and I went to the beach and spent some time relaxing in the sun and dipping into the ocean healed my ills from the night before, and I got to have the day I'd planned on for San ...
According to our port information, there are two fables about the birth of Barcelona. One says that it was founded by Hamilcar Barca, father of Hannibal the 3rd century conqueror. The second says Hercules built the city 400 years before the birth of Rome.
The plan for today was to get on one of the cities hop on hop off buses and see the sights from the comfort of an open deck. After catching the ships shuttle bus into town we headed to the nearest bus ...
... the columns on the outside edge were all leaning inwards which was a cool effect. This room had white ceilings with the colorful mosaic circles in the soffits. One of them really caught my eye because it was obviously broken cups and various other dishes protruding from the art. We took a few pictures of these mosaics and then continued out of the side of this room, where there was a garden and a path leading up to the patio area. The patio was open air and ...