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... as the main entrance to the World's Fair held in Barcelona in 1922. The gates are replicas of Venice. The Spanish Village was originally built to showcase architectural differences between regions in Spain then was turned over to developers to be used as housing. It is now a museum that holds workshops and houses boutiques. The Olympic Park Stadium was built in 1929 as Barcelona was to hold the 1936 Olympics. But the event went to Berlin due to the Spanish Civil War. It is ...
... and the street cleaners. A little later the shops open up and put out the displays ready to catch the passing trade.
I decide to walk to the metro that connects to the airport rather than connecting trains and it takes about a half hour to get to the stop. along the way I pass the Barcelona cathedral, the first church of Barcelona, Placa Catalunya and the strip of high end fashion stores. I'll bring Anne here ...
... completed. Eventually there will be 18 towers, all more than 100m high, representing the 12 apostles, four evangelists and Mary, Mother of a God, plus the tallest tower (170m) standing for Jesus Christ. As you will see by the pictures, this is a church like no other, despite the giant size of the place the architecture is A trip to Spain wouldn't be complete without experiencing a traditional Flamenco show and Paella and Sangria cooking ...
... for many reasons, one being that we had got completely soaked as we drove the short distance from the port to the hotel as the heavens opened and dropped about four inches of water in the streets within as many minutes. A good one.
No Nick, no Jag... but there was the Arts and memories came flooding back.
We sat on a wall and watched Barcelona at play; and I found a tranquil little pool where I scattered a few more of Nick's ashes. He got everywhere when he was alive, ...
... breath was literally knocked out of me. I kid you not I couldn't breath, it was beautiful. The amount of art there is just incredible. I also live in a city that isn't so small. But we don't have markets... Like I don't know if that is a Europe thing or not American thing but we don't have them here. We have grocery stores. It was so cool to just walk through the markets and see all the beautiful colored fruit ...