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... and many churches. The boys and I tried to get in to the cathedral on Sunday for a look but were turned away for wearing shorts above the knees! Oh well, I'd better remember that for the visit to La Sagrada Familia.
I had toyed with the idea of visiting the Picasso museum but walking past the queue was enough to put me off in less than a second - it must have been 200m or more long. Everyone was out in force yesterday just shopping, wandering down ...
... and we headed out for some bits from the supermarket we could only find a **** shop though, I will probably do a big shop tomorrow if I can find one. Due to lack of cooking facilities. We decided you couldn't go wrong with a pizza for dinner but how we are wrong. We have some weird combi oven/microwave that is a nightmare to understand. So after a soggy pizza we watch some English stuff on Craig's lap top and hit the ...
... Of course, some sites, such as the Magic Fountain (above) and the Sagrada Familia, (below) are worth wading through a sea of people taking pictures to get a better look. The architecture and the monuments of the city are breathtaking, and the history behind them is fascinating.
The city itself is enormous, and a proper visit takes no less than a week to see all of the many incredible and historic sites. Such famous artists as ...
... ourselves where our paths had led us since: through education,university and work to end up here. both arriving in Spain with one way tickets, exactly ten years apart! La Garriga sits surrounded by wooded hills. We guessed our way upwards, forking between pine trees and stumps. Large grey and orange mayflies bounced out of the dry debris of needles and pine cones. We followed a narrow single track, turning right, as instructed, at a large fenced ...
... for picnics, etc.
We all finally used our bus passes to visit Park Guell, designed by Antonini Gaudi which was to be a high end housing district - never got off the ground so now it's a park. Lots of walking paths and good examples of his architecture with fabulous views of the city to the sea.
With all the walking around we needed to find sustenance so have found a number of very nice restaurants, mostly affordable with good vino. The fish ...