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Today we got up and went to Nike Town, I bought some new clothes. We went to the La Boqueria and had a look at all the strange Spanish foods and we had some lunch there. We went back home and had a nice rest for the rest of the afternoon.
We had a early dinner then ...
... many sites. The next day, we spent most of day going to Sagrada Familia and Parc Guell, along with more time on the bus routes.
Sagrada Familia is totally amazing and Chris was quite emotional just being in that magnificent edifice started by Gaudi. What a masterpiece Gaudi was! The Sagrada Familia is a large Roman Catholic ...
... today, at least. We saw some fascinating work by the architect Gaudy, whose buildings are all over the place, plus the shoreline of this port city, and a view over everything from the mountains too. Very pretty scenery. We stopped into MACBA for a visit as well, and though the content of most of the current exhibitions weren’t super riveting, the artists/curators have done an amazing job laying out and displaying the works and I ...
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... over-the-top and ridiculous, and it was absolutely wonderful.
As we saw more of the city we found ourselves falling more and more in love with it. The gothic centre was full of narrow streets with markets and small, independent shops and restaurants, the park, always my favourite part of a city, was a delight and the cathedral, which initially seemed a bit uninspiring after the Sagrada Familia, won us over when we discovered an open air side chapel with a ...