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Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... the techno music. really cool to watch this unfold. I took some video with my camera and was impressed again later that night when I watched it.
We left the park and found a few little arts and crafts tents.... some of the wares were pretty awesome so we bought some as gifts/souvenirs at a couple different spots. Then we wandered back across the Main Street and towards the Cathedral.... we had walked by it the day before but had not ...
Our first stop in SPAIN! It's always a place I wanted to go, ever since the Barcelona Olympics and at school we made paella. So thanks Mrs Nicholson! I feel like we took the cheats way to Spain and we flew. But factoring in day and nights of train travel and multiple train reservations flying seemed like the best option. We started our Spain journey on the plane with sangria! It was beautiful and properly still one of my favourite sangrias so far! I've always thought its ...
... in an attempt to get some information about booking our flight and we ended up booking our flight ourselves using a computer at the airport anyway. With our flight to Morocco finally booked we decided to make the most of the rest of our time in Barcelona and visit the Sagrada Familia (church of the sacred family). The Sagrada Familia was designed by Antoni Gaudi (1856-1926). Gaudi was a famous spanish artistic architecture who has designed many interesting buildings in ...
... families and tourists go to relax and enjoy the view, with a beachy feel to it. The gardens surrounding it were covered in fields of flowers, and the colors and scents were wonderful!
We hopped back onto the bus, and enjoyed touring around the city, listening to the audio tour of various sites, including a monastery. We were headed to the other site on our list for the day -- Las Ramblas. This is a wide street, with just a narrow ...
... I've had a text from Jane saying there was a four hour queue for
Goudi's masterpiece so she has given up on that and is clearly
walking - somewhere. (Note: I did try to buy a ticket for her for
today but sadly the sites wifi crashed and I was unable to do so,
hence the four hour queue....)
camped – again on a lovely beach, this time no nakedness! - about
20 kilometres south of the city. We ...