Hotel Roger De Lluria Barcelona
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... cubism paintings that he is known for. The museum did a great job explaining his upbringing, his subsequent move to Paris and the Blue Age he experienced and then the end of his life in the Riveria. The most interesting part of the entire museum was the analysis Picasso did on the famous Velasquez painting "Las Meninas." Picasso was inspired by this painting and proceeded to do about 45 different renditions of portions of the piece, all ...
... opened in 1911, and the metal roof that still exists today was constructed in 1914.
La Rambla, Barcelona
La Rambla (Catalan pronunciation: [ɫə ˈrambɫə]) is a street in central Barcelona, popular with tourists and locals alike. A tree-lined pedestrian mall, it stretches for 1.2 kilometres (0.75 mi) connecting Plaša de Catalunya in the centre with the Christopher Columbus Monument at Port Vell. La Rambla forms the boundary between the quarters ...
Today was raining so we decided on the Hop on Hop off bus for several hours. A great way to see Barcelona. Did not see one stand alone house... all apartment buildings, most of the older buildings only up to 6 floors while there are many new ones much bigger. Lovely tree lined streets and parks. The luxury boats in the marina are unbelievable. There are so ...
... we left we finally got in. Turns out it was the opening night of the bar! The owners were from Denmark and had traveled all around the world, including California. Great beer and great times.
... completed in 40 years! We did not go inside as the wait for tickets was three hours in the hot sun. You could queue skip with online tickets but we were happy with what we saw.
On the bus system they provided you with headphones which relayed all the information about the city and what attraction could be found at the next stop
One of the stops we did make was at Park Guell which is where Gaudi lived. If you wanted to see mosaics then your thirst would have been quenched. ...