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Today we visited the Sagrada Familia, a large Roman Catholic church designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí which to this day is still not completed. It is being worked on and they are attempting to complete it in his style.
Next we visited Park Guell, anther of the major works of Gaudi. We also took a gondola ride to the top of Parc de Montjuic to check out an amazing view of the city.
... table! The difference between the picture and the plate was comparable to the difference between burgers that you see on the McDonald's commercial and what you actually receive inside your brown paper bag! While we were sitting there, waiting for the prawns to come out, Dane spotted old mate Dougie from Sant Jordi Hostel waiting at the traffic lights to cross the road - small world! He came over for a chat and it was nice to hear what he'd been up to since we had parted ways a few ...
... the primary grapes of Cava today though some producers are experimenting with the use of the Champagne wine grapes of C******nay and Pinot noir.
As a result, the newlyweds joined forces with Dolores' father to switch the focus of the Sala family business to sparkling wines made under the traditional method, or méthode Champenoise. The name comes from La Freixenada – a family wine producing estate located in the Alt Penedès region since the ...
... to walk around in, such a pretty place. And I loved the inside of Sagrada Familia, I just wish the outside weren't permanently under construction (it's been under construction since 1882 and is nowhere close to being finished).
On Sunday, my last day in Barcelona I just walked everywhere. The medieval section, La Rambla, the historic port, the beach, the Olympic port, and Montjuic. I don’t know how far I walked, but I felt ...
... covered in scaffolding, matched by an identical design at the other end, while inside the ceiling is supported by enormous pillars, all in Gaudi’s style and meant to look “organic”. In fact much of the building is shaped to look more like it is made from plants than stone, with a great green ceramic tree perched between two of the spires at the front. Inside, the sun cast a kaleidoscope of colours from the beautiful stained glass windows ...