Residencia Salesiana Marti-Codolar
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- Free parking
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... 92 Olympics. We saw the building where almost all of the athletes stayed and then then tower where the "Dream Team" stayed. They had a different location because they said they were too tall to stay in the other dorms because they needed longer beds.
On our way to the Gaudi museum, we saw a few of the buildings around Spain that he designed. They all have a flair to them that stems from his growing up around nature. We learned ...
... shaped fireplace.
The loft space, like Casa Mila, was also designed as a service area, providing space for both laundry and storage for the tennants. The loft is cool, white and airy with the by now familiar catenary arches. The roof terrace affords a close up view of the "dragon-scaled" roof as well as the chimneys and ventilation towers.
Rambling down Las Ramblas and spending a moment at ...
... suggest that we get food and plan to eat most of our meals by using our kitchen. Daniels not super stoked but agrees. Dinner will be in tonight so we can be ready for a long tour day tomorrow. Pray the rain stops.
We have fun making dinner together and cuddle up for some good sleep. So far Barcelona has grown on us quickly- Do you believe in love at first sight? Remember Daniel does J Love you and miss you ...
... fountains. Created in 1929 in anticipation of winning the 1936 Olympics which ultimately went to Berlin. These fountains inspired Bellagio to recreate even better ones in Las Vegas and were very popular with locals and tourists alike on this balmy Friday evening...hundreds turned out.. Saturday 6th September Not so early today but we are on the road by 8.30 bound for the monastery at Montserrat. This was just one hour out of town and we went early to "beat the throngs". ...
... easy) and mush around til most of
it was out of there. When I was done with the fish wrangle, I poached it with
lemon, onion and a little soothing ginger as an apology. Sautéed chard, from a
woman’s backyard garden, and organic potato slices, completed the meal.
I appreciated the apartment I had arranged for my arrival
back in Barcelona for its intact, original entryway of gigantic carriage
doors. And what a ...