Caballero San Juan
Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... it had an almost Parisian air about it, only the waiter was way more friendly, not having quite perfected the Parisian sneer.
The little alleyways here are wonderful. They afford shelter from the sun and a great canvas for what has been elevated from mere graffiti to street art. Almost every doorway has been daubed, and much of it is not just colourful, but also pleasing in design. Maybe I would have a different opinion if it were my front door, though.
... who are queuing to buy tickets, only to realise that it will be in excess of 2.5hrs wait time! Easter has brought a lot of people to the area. We decide to come back later.
We reboard the HOHO bus and head to Park Guell with the intentions to return to Sagrada Familia later tonight.
Bing Bong....... Seems everyone who could not get into the church has headed to the park! We can't get tickets to enter Guadi's park, however we can ...
... then we realized it was 8 and we needed to be back at our meeting spot to meet the guys. We were jujst supposed to have a drink there but suddenly they wanted to order food so ok lets do it I got the worst meal of my life fitting for the food in Barcelona and Sinisa got paella which was bad as well and he was so mad about it. After dinner we decided lets go back to the irish pub for a few where we ended up having a blast! By the time we got home and packed it was almost 330 in ...
... sights as possible. I broke Barcelona up into three area/day trips, our first day was going to be seeing all the Gaudi sights. We headed out to see Gaudi's house, museum and concert hall which were all within 300m of one another. All were very typical to his style, very few straight lines, heaps of mosaics and everything is very wacky. Imagine Dr Seus. We didn’t pay to go in and have a look, it was almost 30 euros, which was a bit steep for how much we ...
... able to return from war in grandeur. When the Nazi’s overrun
Paris, they symbolically marched through the Arc to take the city. And when the
Allies drove the Nazi’s out of Paris, they symbolically pushed them back
through as they retreated.
From the Arc de Triomphe you can see the Eiffel Tower peeking
above the beautiful Parisian apartment complexes. We followed these sneak peaks
down to the Seine River until there she was, the most ...