Visiting Barcelona, Part 2


Alex and I happened upon this church during our ride on the tour bus. Unfortunately, we don’t remember what the area was called! However, we did learn it’s famous for having the best sweets. I have to admit the slice of chocolate walnut cake I had there was delicious.

This dragon iron gate was designed by Gaudi if I remember correctly.
The Royal Palace.

Barcelona’s soccer stadium, Camp Nou.

Beautiful balconies.

This nice building was right next to (and may very well have been part of) a really cool university we found.

A university we found.

Isn’t its interior gorgeous? It had the look and feel of ancient architecture: stone, columns… and there was a park in the middle/in the back where I managed to find some cats!

The park inside the university had fountains, benches…

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