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... for Christmas dinner. Bridget enjoyed yet another pasta arabiatta. Not sure but its red hot sauce. And I had risotto figuring that was close enougbh to paella. Yiu had to have paella for two here. We toasted the day withba glass of cava and coke!! Was full but really had to try Catalan Crema. Yes very very good but mums creme caramel still the best out of every creme brulee etc ever eaten. Bridget had time in apartment and I ...
... designed to amaze and initiate a sense of awe.
And it works.
And it's not yet even complete.
The building will eventually have three thematically main facades titled Nativity, Passion and Glory. It will have sixteen (or was it eighteen) towers (increasing from the current eight or ten), with the highest tower a whopping 153 metres (set one metre lower than the height of nearby Mount Montjaic coz AG didn't think anything ...
Today was the big drive over to Spain.
So we loaded up the car and set off.
Not much to say about the drive but we did go over the Pyrenees mountains and they were beautiful seeing all the snow on the top and the windy road round it it was amazing.
When we got there it was very hard to find a car park we looked for a while and after driving through a came to ...
... Didn't mean to stay out so late, but you know, it kind of gets to you. Just strolling along... Checking out the scene. Kurt decided on the walk maybe Barcelona is ok, just different from Germany. He noted they have a lot more trash cans here than in munich and that was a good thing. We decided that munich is like the best of San Francisco, all the stuff we love about SF and none of the stuff we don't, plus lots of extras like good beer all the time, and cute German buildings! ...
... br> Before heading back to Barcelona, we walked around the grounds and explored the small village of Salomó. We encountered this strange tower and explored it a bit. Getting up to the top was surely life threatening but the views of the vineyards made it worth it! We found a large circular stone that had carved in it the directions and distances to cities all over the world. Very interesting.
La Sagrada Familia
After recovering from all the eating, ...