H Top Planamar Hotel
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... Antoni Gaudi, who it would appear designed half the city. His buildings and sculptures seem to pop up everywhere. I gotta say, I kinda like his work. The Cathedral is still under construction. They began building it in 1882. Gaudi himself passed away in 1926. Its construction proceeds as funding becomes available and is currently funded by tourism. There are currently two entrances with four big spires over each. A third entrance is yet to built. When it is complete ...
... Gaudi (1900-1905) and it is filled with architectural elements but also an inner park area containing beautiful sculptures covered with colourful pieces of broken glass fit together. Unfortunately tickets were sold out for the day so I couldn't go in to see this section. I will just have to come back! However, I did go into the Casa de Gaudi museum. He lived in this house from 1905 to 1925 when he was creating many of his important works. On the way back I hopped ...
The majority of today was spent on a hop-on-hop-off bus doing the touristy thing around Barcelona. They are €27 for a single day pass. They travel on two routes. One goes east sling the sea past the harbour and where much of the seafront was revamped for the Olympics in 1992. We hen transferred to the second bus route which goes west up to the more exclusive parts of Barcelona and the FC Barcelona stadium. On both routes Antonio Gaudi's handy work can be seen - whether it is ...
... the wrong way to America), the Olympic stadium, the Spanish village (which has 112 houses that represent the various regions of Spain), a bull fighting ring (bull fighting has been illegal in Barcelona for three years but is allowed in other regions), the cathedral and a spectacular view of the skyline. For lunch, some decided to try a traditional dish, a paella. We loved the experience! For ...
Today we went on an all day small group tour to Girona, a medieval town about an hour from Barcelona towards the French border. It was founded in around 76BC by the Romans. It had lots of narrow winding medieval streets with white sandstone buildings and flowers in window boxes. There was a large Roman ...