Hey guys, so here is the last post of my fabulous Barcelona trip. I can't tell you how much I enjoyed the three days I spent in this vibrant metropolis.
Today you get to see some photos of one of my favorite spots in Barcelona, the marvelous Park Güell, designed by the amazingly talented architect Antoni Gaudí.
The enchanting park is divided into two different areas, one of them being a natural park hiding some admirable ancient viaducts and Gaudí's house. Once you enter the second part, the main terrace that is surrounded by beautifully adorned benches, you don't just have a stunning view of the city but can also marvel at the endless colorful mosaics. So whenever you make it to Barcelona, check out this breathtaking place!
After a couple weeks that I spent in Germany now, I'm packing again for Mallorca. My flight goes at 1pm tomorrow, and even though my home country is spoiling me with sunshine, I can't wait to escape once again. The last few weeks have been crazy with all my university projects. Yesterday we shot a short movie all day (that's a whole lotta work!), plus, when I'll get back from Mallorca I'll take an extra class for our campus TV, I'm so excited!
So please don't worry if you don't hear from me the next couple days, I'll tell you all about my Mallorquin adventures soon... or even some German ones ;-)