on December 3, 2005
Casa Mila was another fabulous must-see sight, not to mention that it has an almost unrealistic exterior structure, and the roof top garden was also very magical. It was said that the apartment block was built without any straight line or right-angle corners, so everything looked really smooth, flowing, and alive (you know what I mean?). The admission cost is significantly lower than Casa Batllo, and there's a fabulous museum about Gaudi's architecture in there, so it's definitely worth a visit! Aside from the cool rooftop (I somehow felt like I was on a beach when I was up there) and the fantastic museum (with an audio guide included), the apartments and the lobby of the entrances were also very amazing!
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