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... Sitges in a previous blog but am having a senior moment, so to be safe, I will post just something about Tarragona for the time being here.
The photos enclosed are from my walks around town, as per usual, and from Tarragona, for the most part. But we did take a brief walk around the Sagreda Familia Friday night.
Terragonia by Wikipedia Travel
Tarragona is the first large seaside town south of Barcelona. The town also offers a number of historical ...
... to the city of Tarragona. Navigating the train system was a bit of a stressful experience but it gave Matt a good chance to practice his Spanish! Fortunately we were able to figure out which train ticket to purchase and we caught the train on time. Once you figure out how the train system works it's a great mode of transportation. The train ride also ...
... The marble that makes up the structural wall on the interior and walls surrounding the courtyard was hand picked and placed by Mies himself. So when my professors reference this project, its to reference a specific level of detail considerations that should occur. Insane.
There were a lot of other random finds along the way. There were plenty of great parks and pedestrian boulevards throughout the city to just ...
... the distance we culd see the ocean and the sail like building commissioned by the city, and designed by an American Architect, that we had passed on our way from the dock. In true Gaudi attention to detail style, the bench is functional and designed for comfort, with each curve a kaleidescope of mosaiced tiles. Apparently Gaudi hated straight lines and this is evident in all of the works we saw.
The piece de resistance was kept to last, the Basilica of the Sagrada ...
... the beaten path and walk to Parc GŁell, another Gaudi masterpiece.
The park is north and east of the central square, Pl. Catalunya so we headed up the Passeig de Gracia eventually finding ourselves in neighborhoods where the locals were living and shopping, away from the tourist crowds. We decided to stop in a quiet square for a cold drink. We knew we were close when we again spotted crowds of tourist trekking up the steep streets leading to the ...