Here are photos from the Catalonian city of Barcelona. There is so much to see and do in Barcelona that you need several visits to feel satisfied. Unfortunately, I’ve had only one visit there (albeit for 3 days). When you go, plan for a full day on La Rambla, at least one day exploring Gaudi’s architectural masterpieces, time at Sagrada Familia, and then there’s the Picasso Museum. All of those are a good overview, but there’s still more. Don’t be perplexed; just enjoy the time you have.

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La Rambla — the center of all activity

Room Above La Rambla

The Water Fountain

Wavy Lines Walking

Evening Waves

Joan Miró Mosaic

Street Table Beer

Antoni Gaudí — I need a return trip to view more; this is Palace Guell, a mansion just off La Rambla

In the Basement

Down to Basement

Patio Ornamentation

Up to Ceiling

Rooftop Photo

to Sagrada Familia

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Placa de Catalunya

Filling the Bottle

Monkfish Carpaccio

Veal Carpaccio

White Chocolate Pyramid

Roman Ruins Museum

Roman Graves

Ruins Marker

Ornate Lamp in Plaza

La Boqueria


Museu de la Xocolata — Yes, it’s the Chocolate Museum

Museum of Chocolate

Stories of Chocolate

“Hot Chocolate”

Arc de Triomph

Louis Armstrong

Pipe Organ


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