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... around with feet up in the air, on just one hand. These guys were awesome and very strong. As we were watching, all the sudden the performers grabbed their belongings and scrambled in all different directions. Literally, one minute they were all dancing and clapping, then 10 seconds later every single one of them was gone. We looked over to the right and the POLICE were headed this way in a car. I suppose they are not allowed to be doing ...
... His creations are all over the city and like I mentioned before they render you completely speechless. The photos are beautiful but standing inside or outside one of his building I believe is a must in your lifetime. Check out all the photos! We saw this quick video about Gaudi and it mentioned that his university professor called him either completely mad or a genius. I can't even pick a favourite of his work. Sagrada familia is most likely his most famous. ...
... region. The Sagrada Familia is still under construction and is not estimated to be completed until the year 2028! There was another humungous line to see the church. I can not believe they were charging everyone €13.50 to see a church that was unfinished (perhaps that is how they are funding its construction). While waiting in line we were harassed by a beggar who we were convinced was faking his deformity. He walked with a pronounced limp on a leg that occasionally ...
... up with costumes and body paint. We watched as they then posed themselves and stood
motionless until you put a coin in their bucket and then they spring to
life!! We met up at the bottom of Las Ramblas, just in time to catch a cab back to the ship.
Back on board, and we were faced with a dilemma -- at least I was! Jan was ambivalent, but my favorite food (lobster) was being served in the dining room that night. And ...
... during hours of
darkness, I can confirm that it's actually far lighter inside our
tent than it is outside...
only one more night of the anglepoise and then we head for France.
Sadly, we've dilly dallied longer than we'd intended to between
Valencia and Barcelona and we're having to drive straight through the
Costa Brava without taking in the sights. Maybe we can linger longer
here next time?!?!?