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... tragic way he died.
The main park dedicated to Gaudi and Guell was absolutely fabulous. We were able to see the world's longest bench and saw so many mosaics made from recycled material. Underneath where the bench was located was an area that used to be for a market. Underneath this massive area was a reservoir that was meant to collect water since there are typically less than 60 days of rain in the region. We took a group ...
... and saw lots of meats, seafood, fruits, veggies, nuts, chocolates and several bars! Stopped for a much needed beer at a small place and then continued on the Ramblas! Lots of flower shops, ****** souvenir shops and outdoor cafes. We selected a cafe and sat on the Ramblas and people watched while having a large beer and pizza! Then Gary had two more large beers! I was able to find our hotel and dragged Gar with me! We both cratered and were in bed by ...
... exists due to several besieges in it's long history so much of the the architecture is young, about as young as Australia or a little more which was built to look older than it really is. Then there's current day architecture which definitely outweighs the "old" buildings. In keeping with the new buildings, are modern and quirky sculptures all over the city. It's port is welcoming more and more cruise ships and luxury yachts which is boosting ...
La Sagrada Familia by Anton Gaudi La Sagrada Familia is one of Gaudí's most famous works in Barcelona. It's a Basilica that has been under construction since 1882 and it's not expected to be completed for some time yet. Although unfinished, it attracts many visitors every year. The basilica is located at the metro station with the same name on the purple line, just 5 stops from La Pau where we stay. Ascending from the escalator, you will see the ...
... Barcelona no longer allows bullfights. Barcelona was created by Romans 1st century after birth of Christ. It was surrounded by walls until 19th century. Then the city needed more room so walls were torn down. Attending the university is a right not a privelege in Spain. The government pays for most of college expenses. They don't want increase in taxes to pay for increased costs because the government should pay for it according to our guide. La Sagrada Familia was started ...