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    19. Day 8 - Hospital del Mar and Port Olimpic

    Aaron Plewke
    Jan 18, '07 7:17 PM EST

    Hospital del Mar

    Gehry's fish folly

    along the waterfront at the Olympic Port...

    on the map


    • nice-- AP, you're dragging out your academic glory years quite nicely. Hope you don't get too nostalgic for the freedom and poverty of being a student.

      Jan 18, 07 9:06 pm  · 

      nostalgia? not sure... i'm really enjoying my pre-grad break, working, living etc...which is why i decided to hold off from applying until next winter. i'm definitely dragging out is this travel journal. that's for sure... The trip was in September, as was the first post, and here I am 3+ months later still in Barcelona. nonsense. laziness too.

      ...oh, and this goes in the schoolblog 'cause we coordinated our trip with an excursion being taken by two of our former professors and a handful of our former peers (current students at UF's Vicenza Institute of Architecture). study abroad for them, a pre-grad taste for us, to soothe some of the frustration associated with spending four years in design school and then 1.5 in an, this blog has been primarily about foreign study at UF since the start. don't worry, i'll be finished soon...

      Jan 18, 07 10:12 pm  · 

      such a fun city - i miss it

      Jan 19, 07 2:34 am  · 

      there's a theme of multiple attenuated vertical elements through most of the pictures in this post. not that anyone cares, i just noticed.

      Jan 19, 07 6:59 am  · 

      thanks Steven, glad someone picked it up.

      it kinda bugs me that images linked from flickr look pixelated...

      Jan 19, 07 9:19 am  · 

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