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... is all about. Luckily our two Vueling flights are only about two hours in length. It was seven at night before we were settled and ready to leave the hotel. We rounded a corner near our place and saw the Sagrada Familia - to which Caleb said 'so this is the church we came to see...pause...so where are we eating?' We took metro over to the Boqueria area and long story short ended up at a place where Caleb's eyes and stomach shined and ...
... off ramp, one elevated highway to another, then I got directly by the GPS into the docks area. Finding a petrol station was looking more and more difficult. My GPS led me to a manned boom gate, where I said to the person on duty "Palma De Mallorca ferry?" and he said, "No", then a whole bunch of Spanish that roughly equated to, go up there, keep going on there, turn right, and follow that road. This sounded complicated. I opened up Google Maps and put the destination flag on where ...
This is one of the architect Antoni Gaudí's marvels. Dating early 20th century. Found this area whimsical. Mark and I ran the 5 km and up the 100 or so stairs this morning to the Parc. It was meant as a new "suburb" in a way to BCN in the early 1900's. A concept of an elite Barcelonian and the vision of Gaudí. It never came to be the community they thought it would be and to preserve the concept and union with nature it is now a ...
Today was our last full day out in Barcelona so we had to check out the touristy sights. We were still trying to forget the frustrations of the last couple of days and just enjoy Barcelona! The city has a really cool vibe with the funky architecture and the beach area is always pumping with music and dancing! Our first stop this morning was La Sagrada Familia, the church designed and built by the famous architect Gaudi. It is a ...
... to the city of Barcelona. Gaudi lived in this park for 20 years.
The park was declared a UNESCO world site in 1984.
It was free to visit this park.We left at 2 pm when all the Saturday Barcelona crowds arrived.
On the way home we stopped at the casa Viva which is another well know Gaudi building.
As the queues were long and the price was high we just admired it from the outside.
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