Hotel Bon Repos
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Today was the day we toured Sagrada Familia! It was a majority vote and Kirk agreed to go after seeing it on the first night in Barcelona (Jane wanted to be sure he knew this was not just any old European church - seen one, seen them all). We bought tickets in advance to get in ahead of the throngs of tourists queued up to take in the stunning mix of architecture, nature and religion. We also decided to purchase a ride up one of ...
... and then we ended up falling asleep for 2.5 hours. We were so, so tired from the lack of sleep on the plane. Unfortunately, our alarm clock rudely interrupted our slumber by reminding us that we were about to have a mock emergency evacuation plan. Luckily, that didn't take too long,and unlike the Titanic, our boat had enough lifeboats, so my nerves were settled.
After the emergency evacuation practice, we grabbed ...
... a life from land and sea.
It is the home of Salvador Dali and to my surprise you can see he just painted what he knew and saw around him. Rocks really are rising out of the sea, seemingly pinned against pale yellow skies and transparent emerald water. The sky and water merges into one. Captviating and calming, its all here. His home at Port Lligat is amazing and straight out of the modernist international style of Interior Magazines like ...
... Darren joked it was because he had a cap and sunglasses on so much of his face me was covered and the guy at the desk continued " no sir, I thought I was looking at Brad PItt," so of course Darren is v chuffed with this and the guy behind the desk clearly has some eyesight issues So club HAL keep the kids over lunchtime and they all went to lunch together, we peeked in the restaurant and saw them We left them there for a couple of hours and then ...
We all travelled well, and arrived in Barcelona on Thursday afternoon. Barcelona is an amazing city, very calm and relaxed. Beautiful architecture, we had a tour yesterday, Friday, and got to see heaps of amazing places and learn some of the recent history and the old. Feliciano our guide was passionate about his town and had us all in stitches with his dry humour and "Thpanish lithp". After lunch ...