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Day 10: Barcelona day two

Today in Barcelona…

It certainly is nice to not rush ourselves out of bed to get off a ship for a tour.  Linda finally came into Vonny and my room around 9am and rousted us up with a very enthusiastic “Let’s go see Barcelona!”  We were still pretty slow going but made it out by 11am.   466 more words


The Casa Milá, Barcelona (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

The Casa Milá is a building of apartments built by Gaudí, commissioned by Pere Milá. Construction on it started in 1906 and was completed by 1910. 135 more words


The Beauty and Wonder of Barcelona

For a (very) long Labor Day weekend, my husband and I went over to Barcelona to meet his family, plan our (Catholic) wedding and do some sight seeing.   532 more words



The end of my journey has arrived.

This is my last travel-journal entry about Barcelona.

I don’t know why it took me so long to finish it…I guess I wasn’t ready to say good-bye yet…cuz with each post the memories felt so real,like I was experiencing them again. 720 more words


Gaudì Experience

Quest’estate ho avuto il piacere di visitare la Spagna terra dell’ardore, e vi assicuro che il sole ad agosto e Mucho Caliente. Ma soprattutto ho avuto l’onore di passare per l’incantevole città di Gaudì, Barcellona. 257 more words

Arte E Musei

Exploring the culture of the city *_*

Hello Peeps!

This week is the first week of our Intensive Language Program and are starting with an excursion around the city. The main topic for today was the way people lived and the beautiful architecture that came out of it thanks to Antoni Gaudí. 290 more words

Barcelona Diaries Part 3: Around the City with Go Car Tours

On our third and final day in Barcelona, we had planned to tour the city in a rather different way. While researching online of sightseeing options in Barcelona, we came across the traditional hop-on-hop-off bus tours. 1,536 more words

Backpacking Croissants