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... to everyone I encountered.
The works by Gaudi, including Parc Guell, the Sagrada Familia, and Casa Batllo were incredible in person and I would even go back to see Colonia Guell but I would not recommend this city if you are looking for immersion. It is meant to be impressive and inviting, not challenging. To be immersed is to be challenged. It made me realize how lucky ...
... not finished and it has been 120 years it is called La Sagrada Familia.
That next day we went to Picasso museum. There is a lot of paintings and drawings done by him.
The next day we went to the beach it is really cool because there is lots of cool spots to do flips off.
Then we just went to a park nearby and then we went to Park Guell. It was made by two famous artists. ...
... and enjoy the colourful food stalls and lively atmosphere. The old town is a strange place with medieval building housing quirky shops in narrow lanes. Katie wants to find the clothes shop that we went into on the last visit and we spend quite a long time in there while the girls try on freaky vintage style/gothic clothes. They all buy something. The Ramblas used to be full of interesting pet/flower stalls but they are mostly souvenir kiosks now. There are performance artists ...
... walls .... Crazy!
We spent our final night with a lovely walk along Barcelonetta - the foreshore - which has awesome little pop up bars set up in summer and a great atmosphere of people playing music and building sand sculptures (one was a dragon with a real fire lit in this mouth!) We had a great time in Barca and a massive thanks to our fantastic hosts Nat and Brett. Made us feel right at home and who knows - might have to make the move here one ...
... they now hold a music/jazz festival in the summer. Sommieres was nearby Junas on the Green Way and was a perfect distance for a night out or to go to their Saturday market. It was a quiet medieval town with small thoroughfares connecting up areas in the village. There were little beautiful details everywhere you looked. The night we cycled in for dinner, there was also a music festival going on. Five stages were set up all around the town with ...