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... Catedral which had a 5' monstrance of gold & jewels displayed in its own room with guard! Took elevator with Rach to the rooftop spires. She walked on the scaffolding to take pictures of the city; I hung onto a railing in a doorway for dear life praying the wind wouldn't suck me over the side!! Next day toured Sagrada Familia, basilica designed by Antoni Gaudi. Incredible to behold!! Maybe my favorite site! Then onto Parc Guell also designed by Gaudi. Picture Dr. Seuss if he ...
... like the cool kids. I'm not sure if I buy into that story, but its worth sharing.
To say that Antoni Gaudi was obsessed with designing and building this basilica is an understatement, Sagrada Familia is his most famous and still unfinished work. He ended up moving into the church and living there until his untimely death in 1926 when only a quarter of the work was complete. Work is still ongoing and the projected date ...
... the Spanish doughnuts were never really Spanish? The heart ponders at such a thought! Haha heavens knows! Our view of Barcelona was collectively the same as everyone else's, Just loved it. As we left the colour and the beautiful architecture all around us, we knew it wouldn't be the last... In fact we would be stopping over twice more this trip.. Haha it's like we knew it was going to be fabulous... Lots of love back home as we head over to Menorca... Bring on the relaxation ...
... one for 3 rooms of 8!), changed and headed down to the basement for the free breaky. Today was the first time in my life that I had Nutella on toast and I'm really not sure why I have not had it before. Melting chocolate is delicious! At 10am I went with several other people from our hostel including Tahlia (who I had met in Venice) and Jerry to the free walking tour. When we got to the meeting point there was another guide there and both girls tried to persuade us with ...
... off in a less than graceful way after the friendly pilot reported a delay due to some dent in the plane, and then it was the most intense vertical incline any of us had ever seen when we took off. Quick cloud plateau. I guess the pilot couldn't waste any more time! Worked for us, we were eager to arrive.
We had no clue how to get to our hostel. Had it all planned out to take the underground there, oh but it was closed when we landed around ...
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