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Today was another early day. We woke up at 8 and headed to Sagrada Familia. It's this huge cathedral that started construction in the mid 1800's, and still isn't complete. It's massive with stained glass everywhere. There were about 5 completed towers, and we went up in one. The view was spectacular and you could see almost all of Barcelona. We then descended thousands of steps down to reach the main part. After that, we walked to ...
... are different festivities every night, starting with what they call Fat Thursday where all the markets, restaurants etc put on special deals etc and everyone eats and drinks all day! At the end of the night, they bury a sardine which commences the rest of the weeks festivities. It all culminates in the sacrifice of the Carnival King next Wednesday which is also the start of Lent so I guess thats why ...
We decided to get a quick overview of the city by taking a narrated bus tour. There were three tours and we managed to hang in there for two of the tours (about 3.5 hours total). Traffic was congested in some parts, hence slow going at times. It is a great bustling city of 3 million people that reminds me a little of San Francisco, but ...
... wanting to have their cake and eat it too is the driving force behind Onofre’s rise to power in Barcelona. The story is sandwiched between the two Worlds Fairs and Mendoza elegantly details the transformation of the city in 41 years. The remnants of the 1929 Worlds Fair, including the Magic Fountain of Montjuic, are still powerful symbols of Barcelona. Mendoza uses the World’s Fair as ...
... turned out to be a break water park.
Once we finally made it to the beach, we found out that this was one of the longest beaches in Barcelona, 8 continuous miles. There was a boardwalk with people waking, cycling, rollerblading, running and skateboarding down it. The walk was quiet but it was dotted with restaurants and cafes. We found a nice one that was beach side. The server spoke to us in English, ...