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... We got to tour inside of the gatekeeper's house which was painted a vivid periwinkle blue with yellow pine floors shined to a high gloss. It was fabulous!!
Next, we caught a local bus to our 12:00 stop, Sagrada Familia, which is a Barcelona landmark and an artistic & spiritual symbol of Catalonia. Still under construction, this beautiful structure ...
... s the politics of disease and like ‘wash your hands to prevent disease’ which just seems like watered down GID. We learn everything we learn in GID but it’s just dragged out and slower. Meow. SO besides meals that’s a B day. I like A dayz better. It’s really cool living in the same space as professors though; you can see your professor in the dining hall and ask them questions and meet their families and get to know them better which is really ...
... It is also a "welcome to the Nations of the world". We enjoyed our walk down the promenade and saw some amazing light structures. From here we headed to the Museum of Picasso but the queue was ridiculously long so we headed off aimlessly down one of the narrow cobblestone streets where we discovered some very clever shops using Picasso designs in clothing, bags and jewelery. Our walk was also meant to be as we discovered the Museu of Xocolata - yes, a museum dedicated to ...
... equally discombobulated afterwards, and our kids were not. Sam and I have always been pretty adventurous and took pride in our youthful exuberance at theme parks. In fact, one of our first dates was at Astroworld, a relic that no longer exists. So the fact that Furius Baco kicked our booties and stole Sam's baseball cap was a Spanish-size slice of humble pie. Thank God he recovered his $500 prescription sunglasses before they flew off after the hat. My own ...
... in abundance and a small back covered with low herbs (thyme, amongst others) was very attractive to butterflies and Julie got a few decent photographs, although yet again some of them proved very difficult to identify.
The church itself was closed (I think there was a €2 entry fee) so our photos are only of the outside but if you're interested you can read more about it here ...