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... from 1907 with his father and his niece. As you can see from the photos, Gaudí's work is unique. To me it looks like illustrations you would see in Dr. Seuss books. The main attraction of Barcelona would be La Segrada Familiar. This is the huge and unusual looking cathedral you would see on all the postcards of Barcelona. Construction was started in 1882 by local architect Francisco de Paula del Villar. Architect Eusebi ...
... I found quite amusing as Marietta and Judy were the only ones in the pool and I thought they must have been the floorshow as everyone appeared to be looking at them. Not one to miss my chance in the spotlight I stepped, not plunged in - lovely! Swimming while looking at La Sagrada! The other girls eventually joined us and out came the wine and chips! We headed out at the appropriate Spanish time for dinner ...
... place! Set in a nature park, Benedictine monks run a school for boys, with a choir; make various liqueurs and the associated nuns make ceramics. The views to the river and valley below are exceptional. Every day at 1pm the boys' choir sing 2 songs. Today they were supported by a choir of older men and women. The cathedral was packed with over 1000 visitors.
After returning to our hotel for a short break, we wandered north along the waterfront to the beaches, ...
... Needless to say, they go out very late here. This night we didn't get back until 6am. Went to a club called Shoko and it was INSANE. So much fun... we danced the night away and also got in for free. We got into VIP for free as well too and had some fresh fruit (probably we rent supposed to do that but yo lo) and met some cool Americans. Also met a huge group of Italians that were very cool as well. One of the sweetest things about this bar was that its located on the beach ...
... The weather was beautiful and considering it was snowing in Calgary as we were arriving to a 23 degree evening in Barcelona, we couldn't complain (sorry to rub it in, Calgarians!).
Barcelona is home to the stunning La Familia Sagrada, the profound brainchild of architect Antoni Gaudi, which remains under construction after 100 years of work and another 20 or 30 years to go. We didn't go in to the church but the ...