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... Mar. It had the full on Gothic soaring vaulted ceiling and endless chapels dedicated to saints on each side. It was severe and overwhelming, as no doubt was the intention, but also beautiful and atmospheric. It is considered the best example of Catalan Gothic and has some fine stained glass. This absorption of religion, history and art needed to be offset by regular infusions of cafe con leche and nice little pastries. We ...
... food groups, if not then the experts have it wrong! Sat night was the Champions League final where Barcelona were contesting, and won, so a big night in town. Whether that had any effect or not, we had considerable difficulty finding something open to get breakfast on Sun morning... All the same, we did the hop on-hop off tour which gave a good look around Barcelona, a tram and funicular up to the peak, saw the Olympic stadium and Barcelona ...
... walls straight and square (ish) were obviously wasted. I could have just said they were designed organically to reflect nature.
After that, we caught the metro towards the port where we were meeting Sharon and Sean. They'd rung to say they were going to be late so we took a detour through some smaller streets and had morning tea. We got to the agreed meeting place, a large statue of Christopher ...
... which is what the mountainous area depicts. Here's where the black Madonna is kept and the que (meaning line) was long to get close to it and take pictures so we opted not to, but did get a picture by entering the church and walking up as far as we could without conducting mass ourselves. Yes we are tired of churches, but it emphasizes how much the Catholic Church has influenced life in Europe, not to mention ...
... about 10 ha (25 acres) per year, with a proportion of 18.1 square metres (195 sq ft) of park area per inhabitant. Of Barcelona's parks, Montjuïc is the largest, with 203 ha located on the mountain of the same name. It is followed by Parc de la Ciutadella (which occupies the site of the old military citadel and which houses the Parliament building, the Barcelona Zoo and several museums); 31 ha or 76.6 acres including the zoo), the Guinardó Park (19 ha or ...