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Barcelona Day 2: Eixample and Gaudi - Flashback Friday!

Ahh! A fresh new day – our first full day in Europe! We woke up in some serious need of food, so we headed down to Mercat de la Boqueria, a large market directly of Las Ramblas. 450 more words

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Seeing Barcelona Through Gaudí

On our way to Istanbul, we built in a quick mini-vacation to Barcelona, a city high on my list of places to visit. Tight on time and eager to get our adventure going, we set out for a walking tour about Barcelona’s famed architect Antoni Gaudí our first morning there. 611 more words

Architecture

La platja i tapes a Barcelona

For the last week of our grand European tour, Mum and I flew to sunny Barcelona while Dad and Monica returned to work back in the States. 892 more words

Casa V

Casa V

Casa V consists on the rehabilitation, adaptation and expansion of an existing house, designed and built in the early 1960’s. The family that inhabits the house has been spending the holidays in it for almost fifty years. 48 more words

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Not Forgetting ... La Pedrera!

It’s the decidedly plainer sibling to the explosion of colour that is Casa Battló. Both were designed by Gaudí in the early 20th century and sit proudly on Passeig de Gracia, however, I reckon most tourists (when pushed for time) will overlook La Pedrera in favour of a more exuberant architectural gem. 506 more words

Barcelona

西班牙巴塞隆納Barcelona

巴塞隆納,濱臨地中海的文化古城,遊客如織,原為羅馬帝國的殖民地,於十九世紀末與二十世紀末,分別承辦萬國博覽會與奧運,如今像一座為觀光客打造的城市,你有機會在非室內場域發現電扶梯,特別是地勢高陡的名勝景點,桂爾公園、西班牙廣場,對自助旅行的人而言,雙腿的體力與耐力瀕臨極限之際,有這般人造設備宛若神蹟。

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