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It's better preserved than the French ones!
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... and the wharves. Anyway it was still a treat to be out on the water and it was just as interesting looking at the cranes and silos on the wharves silhouetted as the sun set.
An unexpected highlight of the cruise was getting close to the yachts that would be competing in the Barcelona World Race. The race is a double-handed, non-stop, round the world regatta. The start of the race is on 31 December 2014 ...
... eating a crepe I saw some Spanish dancing in the street. That was awesome!
After all the days excitement, I called it a night and headed back to the hostel.
The second day consisted of a very slow start, more shopping and another tour.
The tour was Guadi and Modernism. We saw some really cool places such as the palace of music, a fair few of Guadi's buildings, the segneme familia and the block of discontent just to name a ...
... fountain in particular, La Cascada, was designed loosely based on the Trevi Fountain in Rome. The architect was assisted by Antoni Gaudí, to create the actual water system though he did not decorate it. It was kind of funny because if you turned your back to the fountain there was a giant statue of a mammoth, not exactly sure how the two of them fit together but the fountain was like I said breathtaking.
For the second half of the trip we started to head towards La ...
... We've decided that we're not going to queue or pay to go into things that the kids really aren't interested in (unless its a 'must do'). The Pedrero met both of those criteria so we just took photos from the outside - it really is amazing. We then walked to the next stop on the Mackles Gaudi tour - Casa Battlo. This was also amazing from the outside, but with a long queue, again we again opted for speed tourism. The plan was to go ...
... 8217;s intentions are never truly apparent. The museum captured all aspects of art including music and language – I really enjoyed the language exhibition. Another part of the museum that caught my interest was a section that included replicas of pieces that visitors were allowed to touch as a means of exploring the art with all of their senses. I loved how this made the art more accessible for everyone to experience, even people who ...