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... the parrots in the park below. It really was a pretty awesome start to the day.
Fortified, but kind of late, we headed downtown. One of the things I missed during my first day trip to Barcelona was La Boqueria, the central food market, because it wasn’t open on Sundays. We walked in, and it was a riot of people, colors, smells, and sounds. At the entrance to the market you have the fruit stands, with cups of sliced fruit ...
... in Poland which was the setting for Salted Lake. For this installation Landau took a pair of boots and suspended them in the Dead Sea where they became covered in salt crystals. Placed in the middle of the frozen lake each boot melted a big hole until they finally drowned. The work is intended to touch upon collective memory and pain - burdened with history and gravity (and salt).
Formerly the Convent dels Āngels, this 400 year ...
... the free or greener part of the park because there were so many plants, birds and the natural landscape. Although this picture is not so clear, I was able to see green parrots flying all around. Gaudi carved that natural landscape to design amazing archways, underpasses and overpasses. Today there are musicians that will set up in the park, one was at an underpass with great acoustics, and will perform for change. It adds a whole other element ...
... not as good as Madrid! The waiter/service was great. Sangrias were great which the ladies consumed a whole jug - won't repeat what Harley said about us!!! The waiter also gave us some liquers after dinner on the house and it went down well. Birthday cake and all - we had a splendid end to our Spain holiday.
Ready to head home and get back into the normal routine again! NOT! Not looking forward to the time adjustment again!
... waiting 3 hours. So we do the walk around the outside and take some snaps and then back on the bus. The next stop for us is the Parc Guell which is a beautiful park that is full of Gaudi's work. On entry we find out that you have to pay to see most of the mosaic works, his famous piece is the large mosaic lizard. We don't pay for entry and we wander around the free part of the garden all the time listening to PLL asking 'where is the lizard'. So after a few ...