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Went for walk to the old Barcelona Arena (bullfighting) which is now a shopping centre with a rooftop viewing area of the Palau de Barcelona. Then caught the metro to Passeig de Gracia, a beautiful wide avenue full of boutique shops and Gaudi's Casa Battlo, a crazy looking fačad house. We then walked a little further down to Gaudi's Casa Mila with its ...
... was amazingly blue and clean, considering the amount of people and proximity to the city. We spent the day riding between each beach and stopping to re fuel on iced coffee and boccadillos (Spanish sandwich). We also were glad to join a walking tour to give us some insight into the famous 'Gaudi' architecture stopping at La Sagrada Familia - 140 year old church that is still a work in progress, and given Spanish time I'm not sure they'll ever finish! And my favourite ...
... adventures with our adventurous Washingtonian friends. There are SO many things coming up for us this summer and fall that I´m looking forward to -- going to Squamish, a 3 day trip in the Cascades, a 3 day trip around Mount Rainier, our first 100 miler (eep!), going to California --these plans all make Seattle seem very appealing. Despite this, I´m already looking forward to the next big adventure, New Zealand perhaps?
... After visiting the museum about him today we think he is a total wacko! Apparently he drank a lot of absinthe (which i think is reflected in his artworks) and he is obsessed with eggs, a symbol of new life, pointed moustaches and genitals. He would sometimes sleep in a paper mâché egg and burst out of it in the morning as though he were reborn. A lot of his artworks had weird images of men (dare I say it) ejaculating into their own mouth! Yup he was a weirdo. I ...
It was breathtaking, with its sweeping domes and flying buttresses, and lovely
stained glass windows. Due to superb city planning, it is surrounded by a
spectacular rose garden and beautiful established trees which add to its
allure. What a wonderful way to start a morning in Paris! We then strolled a
few blocks to the Lourve, a building of architectural magnificence. Quick fact:
if you lay the Eiffel Tower down on its side, you would have to ...
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