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... But finally we got near the Gaudi museum. We had to walk up a slight hill, and then we were at the Gaudi gardens. Gau ALL over Barcelona. Gaudi was a famous and amazing architect from a long time ago. There are some brilliant things around Barca designd by Gaudi, including the Gaudi gardens ( or you can call it the Gaudi museum ). It was packed, but worth it. When I first arrived I didn't think much of the Gaudi gardens, although after a while I realised how beautiful and ...
... By the time we finished up there all our collective wheels were
falling off, so we headed back to the St Joseph Markets, a fresh produce
market, and bought fruit, juices, crepes, and fudge. Amazing stuff. I am now
sitting in the rooftop bar of the hostel, overlooking Barcelona, eating fruit
salad. Tomorrow we are all off to the French Riviera, to pretend we are rich
and famous, and have a flutter at the casinos of Monaco! Who knows, when I
write next, I may be a rich woman!
... the way back to the main area of the city, about an hours stroll. Such a scenic walk and passing all sorts of cafes and waterside restaurants.
After arriving back at near the city, we stop at one of the many bars and I enjoy my first Sangria. Michael is happy to continue his beer tasting-fest around Europe and enjoys a Spanish beer.
Big days. We were very pleasantly surprised by Barcelona as it offers a lot for big city !
Adios Spain ...
The time finally arrived. The last item to check off on our major "to see" list. The works of Antoni Gaudi! Barcelona is full of the architectural wonders created by this brilliant art modernist. Personally, I have been anxiously awaiting to see the crazy, colourful buildings and style of Gaudi, so I was extremely excited for when we arrived at our final Europe destination. When we got our free Barcelona map at the tourist information centre, ...
... sun was going down and everyone had left because it was getting cooler, but I'm glad I still got to see it.
Barcelona began my obsession with gelato and I ended up eating it at least once a day on my travels until I got back to Amsterdam. Luckily I was burning a lot of calories walking and touring! I came to love Barcelona and the unique feel the city has. Next I'm off to Milan!