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... br> walked back and all crashed into bed! About 7.30pm. Which is about what time I usually go to bed!
Its now 4am and the girls are still putting in some horizontal hours so I am having a cup of tea and talking to all of you. I will attach some photos of our little adventure out last night.
Lots ts of love Xxxx
... isn't done. The are hoping to be finished by 2026 but I am a bit skeptical. It is absolutely massive and the coolest building I have ever been in. Then we went to Casa Batllo--- another one of Gaudi's.. He designed a lot for Barcelona. This was also incredible to tour because he hardly used any straight lines in the whole entire house. It was awesome to see someone break all design rules and create something so spectacular and free flowing. Then we shopped a little on La Rambla ...
... Civilisations)? And how could we be prepared for the breathtaking sight of the town of Gordes spilling down its cliffs, or the myriad shades of ochre that coloured the nearby town of Roussillon, making it glow in the sunset? We didn't even know we were going there until we got there! It was just one of those random days where you point yourself in a direction, choose a fork in the road, and follow it. One of those days when you find yourself eating ...
... acquired the space after GŁell's death in 1922. There is a superb view looking out towards the ocean and over the city below and there were heaps of tourists there taking it in.
We headed back to the hostel where we had planned to make a hot chocolate and have an early night but, things don't always go to plan. We ended up having a couple of drinks with some of the peeps that we'd made friends with the night before and then headed out to a tiny bar, not far from the ...
... knees in the sea! The sand for the beaches was imported for the Olympics in the 90's so it was soft and white and felt nice after walking around all day. I also loved going to the Cuitadella Park. It was always busy with people performing circus acts. I kid you not. People from all walks of life, juggling, riding unicycles, doing tricks on low tight-ropes. You name it, they did it. It also had a lake with lots of little row ...