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Travel: Barcelona

If you talk Barcelona, you talk architecture. I really enjoyed Barcelona and I was amazed at how stunning and fun this city is.

The Gaudi Dragon Fountain

Mosaic ceiling at Park Guell

Walk this way and tilted walking not allowed.

Entrance to Park Guell

This is one of the buildings you'll see at the park entrance.

What a strange looking window - Casa Batllo

My favorite Guadi designed house, Casa Batllo, located at the Illa de la Discordia (Block of Discord)

A closer look at the Sagrada Familia Temple entrance

The highlight of my trip, the Sagrada Familia Temple - another design by Gaudi.

Comments

  1. Wow Kayni!
    You went to the same places where I did. I'd like to go Barcelona again. Here's my pictures. Of course in Jpanese...

    http://meridian.blog.so-net.ne.jp/2008-04-18

    Why don't you see the movie "Vicky Cristina Barcelona"?

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  2. i love the pics....i would love to visit barcelona some day.

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  3. I'm always in awe whenever I see Sagrada Familia photos. I hope I'd get to visit someday. Casa Batllo, I agree, has weird and one-of-a-kind windows. What do you call the third photo? I'm intrigued.

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  4. the Sagrada Familia looks so "different." it's fascinating!

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  5. wow, really beautiful architecture!

    I'm still dreaming to reach Barcelona someday, I've heard so much about it from some Catalan friends.

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  6. The pictures are gorgeous! I was in Barcelona a few years ago - but only for a day trip (we were staying elsewhere). Definitely didn't get to see enough!

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  7. i think i'll be dizzy at the tilted walkways! ^-^
    great pictures as usual, strange but very charming architecture.

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  8. lucky you. i wish i could go there, too. spanish architecture is an interesting blend of styles, mostky dominated by western and moorish influences. and they have so many old structures there. do they have bullfights there?

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  9. when you say barcelona, you mean gaudi. :)

    like you, favorite ko rin yun casa batlo.

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  10. Hi Kayni... I'm enjoying looking at your travel pics. I would love to go to Barcelona - your pics are lovely!!! Gaudi was a true master.... Hugs, xx

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  11. Have fun in London and Paris!

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  12. I was enormously impressed with the place too. Gaudí was an architect genius. Pity he was such a right-wing extremist catholic too.

    Visiting Barcelona should be compulsory for everyone. It is a magical place.

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  13. yup, Barcelona is really beautiful... the people are much friendlier too compared to Madrid.. also not as expensive as Madrid..will definitely go there again ...

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  14. We were watching this film called Vicky Cristina Barcelona and that Gaudi park was shown, along with the Sagrada Familia Temple. Inggit ako!

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  15. kayniiiii! im so inggit here! uve been to barcelona! i mean spain! waaaah! i love love spain! and u know what, i even studied spanish language because i really really love spain! :)

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  16. awww!!! Barcelona indeed!! hayzzz wishing and hoping will visit this place ;)

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