|This is the loo wallpaper in the Air NZ 757 he he he...|
|Casa Mila La Pedrera|
.. an expresionist building designed and built by Antoni Gaudi, it breaks with all traditional architecture by not using a single straight line, it has no load bearing walls, and has a completely irregular floor plan. In order to let in as much light as possible, the apartments are arranged around 2 central courtyards, one oval and one round. It is open to the public, and they have one apartment set up as it was in the early 1900's. Absolutely fabulous, and way ahead of today's world let alone the turn of the previous century.
|Mosaic wall at Casa Batllo|
In the centre of one of the oldest parts of Barcelona, known as the Barri Gotic (Gothic District), and the heart of Barcelona, is the cathedral, known as La Seu. The first stone for this impressive church was laid in the 13th century, but it was not until the early 20th century that is was fully completed.
|La Sagrada Familia|
|Placa de Catalunya|
Rowing Man is just telling me it was a Hong Kong transit stop on the way over NOT Bangkok like I have been telling everyone - oops, see what long haul travel does to one's mind... (one airport transit lounge looks like the next!!)
have a fab Saturday!