Aqua Hotel Onabrava
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at Sagrada familia which is a Basilica that they started building in 1882 and are still constructing with an estimated completion date of 2026. It is pretty amazing to look at, but it is very weird. It looks as though it has bits from each different decade that it has been built through.
Just had a relaxing massage on the beach from a nice Asian lady followed by a few beers on the beach while watching the boys play in the surf. Nice way to end Fathers ...
... nowhere as crowded with tourists as it is in Barcelona. We just wandered down the narrow streets taking photographs. What struck me as we meandered about was the amount of graffiti that we encountered - some of it quite good. It is quite hot but unlike Barcelona the humidity isn't quite as high, I am hoping we will have dry heat in Granada and Seville. After our walk around the old city we had a ...
... and had no choice but to stop at a cafe for a cafe con leche and a snack. Pintxos (pronounced pinchos) are a popular snack here in Barcelona. They are generally some sort of meat on a small piece of toasted french bread. Picture bruschetta, but with a wide variety of things on the bread. They were delicious. Also worth noting, during this time, Monica had her favorite croquette of the entire trip! This place uses a little more potato and less cheese in ...
... is quite incredible, and Gaudi, for those who don't know, invented the architectural concept that allows open plan. The buildings are like sculptures but scaled up, and it is hard to believe that in the early 1900's he was being paid by private citizens to design and build these so non conservative buildings. La Sagrada Familia is difficult to describe and photos and words just don't do it justice. Walking up ...
... on the trip. Hopefully tomorrow I can try some paella and get some really good pics of the water. Going to the Sagrada Familia tomorrow and the last cathedral on this trip. This is it for the dark haired man. Hopefully he will surface. Going to see the black Madonna at Montserrat also. Big day planned tomorrow. Last day here so we're going out with a bang! Shout out to my Canadian peeps who are now following my blog. Especially Raul who's "going to read my blog religiously" ...