Barcelona City Centre Hostal
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... with entry at 4 o'clock - effectively wiping out most of the day. Rather than waste time waiting in line we decided to cut our losses and moved on to the next stop on the Gaudi trail.
Finding Casa MilÓ
Casa MilÓ is also known as La Pedrera (the stone quarry) because of its rough fašade, which is reminiscent of an open quarry, Casa MilÓ was commissioned by the industrialist Pere MilÓ i Camps and his ...
... passengers aboard early we actually left early. The plane pulled away from the boarding terminal three minutes early. The flight was short, maybe an hour. We were in Barcelona by 1:00. We took the bus to a stop near by and found our apartment. The first impression wasn't great because our entrance is in a alley and the building is dated. There aren't any numbers on the doors so once we buzzed in, we couldn't find the apartment. The lady stood with the door open and called to ...
... short, over time, the waiter shows us the back of the restaurant, where locals buy their raw steaks and jamon to take home. Eventually, the place is bustling with local grocery buyers and diners. What an accidental find. Our meal is delicious. We are trying new stuff and some tried and true: anchovies, baccala, some kind of gnocchi with garlic, more sausage, delicious tinto,etc. We stroll home and sleep the sleep of the dead. And ...
... spot in Barcelona!
We ambled along past the gardens of the Teatre Grec- another lovely, hidden park on Montjuic and found ourselves in front of La Font del Gat (The Fountain of the Cat). This waterfall glides down and empties through the head of a large, stone cat. From there, we spotted a secluded cafe and sat in the warm sun eating delicious croquettes and drinking ice coffee (something the Spaniards have yet ...
... the neo-Gothic fašade was constructed over the nondescript exterior that was common to Catalan churches. The cathedral is dedicated to Eulalia of Barcelona, co-patron saint of Barcelona, a young virgin who, according to Catholic tradition, suffered martyrdom during Roman times in the city. One story says that she was exposed naked in the public square and a miraculous snowfall in mid-spring covered her ...