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... was also an artist. We were blown away by his earlier work - producing extra large, realist canvases as a teenager! The museum was divided into rooms that featured work from the different eras in his life. It was so interesting to see his earlier work and how it progressed within the different areas he lived and through the different stages of his life. It seems he painted almost everyday because the amount of work the museum held was astonishing. Very much worth a visit! ...
... their wares again until the next move. The weather is absolutely gorgeous although sea must have been a bit cold as not many people in swimming. Some interesting sights on the beaches think anything goes here no matter what shape you are. Navigated the metro again getting good at it now.
But if a disaster day today we were booked to go on a day trip and when I confirmed all was ok they confirmed pick up from hotel at 7am but actually they meant we had to ...
... which was nicely lit up, before heading back towards my hotel via the promenade and the ViennaSphere. However it was back at the hotel that the real adventures would happen - getting into my bathroom!
Unfortunately the bathroom lock had jammed, and as I got out the shower I found I had trouble getting back into the room. However with a little tug it was fine. I opened the window and to prevent a draft I closed the ...
... the story of Hansel and Gretel, beautiful colors, and beautiful views. I was so impressed. Gaudí was an absolute genius. He was crazy, so historians say, but it's amazing to see everything inside that wacky brain of his shown in this park.
We also got to see on the tour the Agbar (bullet) building, and two other Gaudí houses, Casa Pedrera and Casa Botllo. We finished the tour and headed back to the hotel after an EXHAUSTING day. I took a nap and went out ...
... the old walls of the city, it was rather nice to see the way the Barcelonians have embraced their history and integrated the old walls into buildings and moved forward rather than keep the old separated as other European cities seemed to have done.
Our apartment is in the Barri Gotic, or Cuitat Vella. That bodes well. I have done my due diligence in finding an apartment that will oversee a part of the festivities that make up La Merce, festa ...