barcelona!

eight days a week, i love you [The Beatles]

My week was slightly longer in Barcelona this so-called spring break. I spent eight days in Barcelona, rewarding myself a worthy trip to celebrate my 30th birthday in Europe, haha. Well, visiting Barcelona is one of the things I have in my bucket list. So, why not?😉

Day 01 | Fri, 30-01-2015 Delft – Schiphol – El Prat – Plaça España – dinner with Tanti at Tapa-Tapa – Sants

Day 02 | Sat, 31-01-2015 Sants – La Pedrera (Casa Milá) – Banquere de la Carmel – Palau Güell – Casa Batllo – Sants

Day 03 | Sun, 01-02-2015 Sants – Parc Güell – Gaudi’s House – Barceloneta – coffee shop at Barceloneta – Sants

Day 04 | Mon, 02-02-2015 Sants – Catedral de la Santa Creu i Santa Eulàlia – Museu de la Xocolata – Parc de la Ciutadella – El Born – Palau de la Musica – Plaça Cataluña – La Rambla – La Boqueria – Colombus Monument – Mare Magnum – IAAC – Sants

Day 05 | Tue, 03-02-2015 Sants – La Sagrada Familia – Sants
being an architect, to visit La Sagrada Familia is a dream come true. I took hundreds of picture and still can’t express its very beauty. and Tanti was right, no matter what your religion is, visiting La Sagrada Familia is a transcendence experience indeed. Gaudi found God in his work, and worshiped God by dedicating himself completely to his meticulous work. and it’s shown in every little thing he touched. :’) such a nice way to close the Gaudi tour-series.

Day 06 | Wed, 04-02-2015 Sants – Plaça España – Pavilion Mies van de Rohe – Montjuïc – Torre Calatrava – MnaC – Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes – Picasso Museum – Jaume I – Sants

Day 07 | Thu, 05-02-2015 (supposedly to Montserrat; canceled due to the exhaustion and cloudy weather) Sants – Diagonal – Passeig de Gracia – Rambla de Cataluña – Plaça Cataluña – MACBA & CCCB – El Raval – Plaça Drassanes – La Rambla – Plaça Reial – a hipster bar & café I can’t recall the name near Pl. Reial – El Born – Jaume I – Sants

Day 08 | Fri, 06-02-2015 Sants – Jaume I – El Born – Cathedral – window shopping near Cathedral – La Rambla – coffee and churros at Chöc – Liceu – Plaça España – El Prat – Schiphol – Delft

Useful:
1. Audio guide in every Gaudi’s masterpiece
2. Stemaki Map
3. Transportation card: T10 or Hola BCN 5
4. Extra comfy shoes
5. Travel light, explore even lighter
6. Sunglasses

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