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... most fabulous market we have ever been too, even better than Adelaide's! It was so vibrant and teeming with people. While everyone had a nap to prepare for the evening, Meg had a pedicure and massage and felt quite rejuvenated. At about 8.30 we strolled to a highly recommended seafood restaurant "la Paradeta" for dinner. It was really good down home seafood and really suited the ...
... We went to his famous giant church, La Sagrada Familia. It is under construction and apparently always is. The church is pretty. And also very strange. It looks almost as if each section was designed by a different person and then was all thrown together. It's got a lot going on. We then walked up to Park Guell, also designed by Gaudi, and walked all over the place. The park is huge and has the high point of the city so we got some beautiful looks at Barcelona. My favorite part of ...
... visitors like us, love getting out and active.
We returned for J to get ready for the arvo start of the ISOUG proceedings and made vague plans to catch up back at the room sometime between seven and eight. She was a lil reluctant to commit to attending the after session opening drinks though I encouraged her knowing she'd be able to connect with ppl and would enjoy.
So I was now solo for the next few days in a Mediterranean city of colour and magic. I ...
... Familia, designed by Antony Gaudi. Building commenced back in the 19th Century and is expected (hoped) to be completed by 2026! It is the most amazing building we have ever been in, words cannot do it justice. The man was a genius. To skip the queue, which is normally 2 hours long, we did the guided tour and it was worth it, the young Dutchman who took us through had very ...
... of Barcelona took their anger out on the Basilica and burned much of the inside.
After spending time at the various churches, I went to a museum about the history of Barcelona. It was recommended in a tour guide I had, and I wanted to check it out. What a great decision! The museum started by taking you two stories underground. There, you were able to witness the very first traces of the city of Barcino, as it was called in Roman times. There were ...