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Love Letter to Barcelona

This post is adapted from one of my writings on the course at Bournville College. The task was to write about the structure of an interesting building. 262 more words


To-dos in Barcelona

Even if it seems I end up spending almost every summer vacation in Italy, my true love when it comes to Mediterranean countries will always be Spain. 896 more words


Barcelona Day 4 - La Sagrada Familia, more Churros and somebody to talk to

In addition to the lofty Belgian in my dorm I was also sharing with two young South Korean chaps. They spoke virtually no English or Spanish, and for that reason I had great admiration for them. 2,289 more words



Llegamos a Barcelona

Buscando alguna cafetería con menu del día.

Gazpacho fresco.  Delicioso.

Calles de Barcelona

Asaso Urugyayo


Nayi & Yo

Camino a la lavendería… 80 more words

Discover the Secrets of La Pedrera (Casa Mila)

Just 4 blocks from another Gaudi building, the Casa Batllo, you find Casa Mila. Commonly better known as La Pedrera, the owner Mila hired Gaudi to create this building after Casa Batllo had been completed. 600 more words


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