Chic & Basic Tallers
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... canopy of shapes. The interior is created in a pale stone so the beautiful stained glass windows seem to burst from the walls. It really is a stunning space for which words do little to properly describe. This is palace that should be on everyone's bucket list. Finally we ascended one of the towers. Now if this were one of the other medieval church's that we have visited we would have had to climb a spiral staircase of say six hundred steps, only to arrive sweaty and out ...
... the crypt
1976 - Completion of Passion Facade
2000 - Central nave vault completed
2006 - Sculptor Josep Subirachs completes sculptural details to the Passion Facade
2010 - Church completely roofed over. Pope Benedict XVI consecrates the church.
We arrived at the church just before our scheduled time of 9.30am and picked up our audio guides. Mum and Dad had their own and Brigitte and I shared one.
We had a special kids guide which ...
... there will be 18 towers more than 100m high representing the 12 apostles, 4 evangelists & Mary mother of God. The tallest tower, 170m standing for Jesus Christ. After wandering inside & out & visiting the museum underneath we catch the train back & find some tapas for dinner. Grant finds an Irish pub but unfortunately the chocolate place from last night is closed. However on the way I discover this shoe shop with a new ...
... he spent his childhood learning to paint like an adult and then his adulthood learning to paint like a child." Overall, the Picasso Museum was excellent. I kept thinking, "Sara would love this museum." I hope she can make it there someday. After a hard couple of hours at looking at beautiful art work, I needed a cup of coffee. The cafe culture is huge in Europe, and we're slowly but surely learning how to slow down and enjoy the slower pace of vacation. A ...
... The city makes space for two wheeled transport as well, scooters and bikes are parked everywhere. I liked this as I liked looking at the various motorcycles parked everywhere. I instantly warmed to Barcelona. We should embrace this more in the UK.
I checked into a lovely hotel, parked my bike and set off to explore Bcn by foot, it isn't that big and I needed to blow some cobwebs off. The next ...