1. Airing dirty laundry in public. A row of apartments in Placa de Barceloneta.
2. La Rambla, where tourists go to shop. Like us!
3. Small streets which I really don't know where will lead to.
4. Of plazas and pigeons. Not the biggest fan of the latter.
5. Casa Mila, one of Gaudi's masterpieces in Barcelona.
6. A closer look of Casa Battlo and Casa Mila, both by Antoni Gaudi
7. We arrived in Barcelona on a Thursday, yes we did cut class and we were lucky to catch a jazz concert happening every Thursday on the rooftop of Casa Mila. Sipping on champange, listening to good live music, seeing the stars on the upper half of the horizon, and the city lights on the other side. One of the highlights of this trip, definitely.
8. To the moon and back. Those are actually chimneys, emerging from the roof deck of Casa Mila.
9. The Sagrada Familia, under construction for 131 years and counting. This photo shows the Nativity Facade, the most ornate of the three -- Nativity, Glory and Passion.
10. The Passion Facade, less extrvagant that the Nativity as it shows the suffering of Christ contrasting beside the close up of the details of the other.
10. Stained Glass by Joan Vila - Grau
11. The ceiling of La Sagrada Familia organically inspired by the forest with the church's columns resembling trees.
12. Not your typical walk in the park. Climbing up to Park Guell, cursing and complaining why I wore skirt and leather sandals instead of jogging pants and sneakers! That hard. I want to thank the hotel concierge, by the way, for warning me. In this photo you can see the whole of Barcelona, even the Sagrada Familia.
13. He loves me, he love me not. Flowers in full bloom.
14. See no. 12. Wearing Mango denim top, Massimo Dutti paisley skirt, Zara shoes and bag.
15. Details of the passageways.
16. Pieces of tiles put together in a mosaic. This method is called Trencadis which you can see in most of Gaudi's work.
17. Passageways from outside
18. A huge hall of pillars under photo no. 19. Again, notice the tiles on the ceiling and base of pillars done with Trencadis method.
19. A huge field where you can see the whole city of Barcelona.