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... up being just about the whole day was devoted to washing. We weren't to phased as we had quite a few days to relax here.
Kate had booked us a tapas tour so we could check out the local cuisine with out any nasty surprises like Madrid. It ended up just being the two of us on the tour so the tour guide had to talk to us the whole time. There were 4 stops, each from a different area in Spain, with a speciality dish. To be honest I cannot remember what the regions were ...
"The rain in Spain
Is not in Bareclona"
"Well I have never been Spain,
But I have heard the woman are insane there"
Elvis? (updated H Axton)
Barcelona is the capital city of the autonomous community of Catalonia in Spain and the country's 2nd largest city, with a population of 1.6 million. Its urban area extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population ...
... to move through his life's work in a chronological order....and the guards make sure that you follow that sequence! The early works of Picasso are well represented and I found it interesting to see how "basic" (in my opinion) many of these were....in some cases simple characters with no facial features. The museum also segments Picasso's work into the various "mood" periods he experienced. So it provides examples of his work in what is termed the "Blue" period and ...
... on the trip so far. On Tuesday I again walked miles through the city, following the gaudi trail of modernist buildings, until I eventually found myself at Sagrada Familia, the famous yet unfinished gaudi designed church. Under construction since 1882, it is not expected to be completed until at least 2026 (anniversary of Gaddis death). Construction has been so slow mainly due to the interruptions due to the civil war and it's reliance on public donations for funding, meaning ...
... we thought!) We were expecting to go through customs as we left the boat, but just walked through the building .... strange. We were glad that we'd chosen to be transferred to the city by bus rather than use a taxi - the line of people waiting for taxis was ridiculous! We waddled down Las Ramblas rolling our luggage along the paved pedestrian walkway, then used some back streets to finally find our hotel. When we arrived, we ...