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... architecture. Antoni Gaudi is one of the most prolific and well known architects in Barcelona, he lived from 1852-1926 and a lot of his buildings are historical/tourist sites. Unfortunately we only got to go in part of the park, because we didn't get tickets in advance, but we still got to see a beautiful view of the city and walk around another gorgeous park with some pretty cool structures.
Next on our journey was ...
... streets and checked out the shops. So much is going on here in Barcelona it's fun just to walk around. David did have a crazy lady grab him and say something in Spanish and just walk off. We did go to happy pills and get our jar of lollies. We then headed home for a nana nap. Had dinner and went to bed. Was a nice relaxing ...
... Apparently, everyone stays up all night launching fireworks from the beach. While Barcelona chooses to party all night, we are choosing to retire for the evening after being up for 36 straight hours. We have a great day planned for tomorrow and look forward to sharing it with each of you. Nick's highlight: fireworks Nick's lowlight: the waiter hating me because I am American Claibourne's highlight: enjoying wine on the roof while ...
... the whole thing. It was a great space to take some pictures, let the kids chase pigeons, and work on my sunburn.
On the way back down the hill, we grabbed some ice cream bars, including Kristi’s first Magnum bar of the trip. I can’t believe it’s taken her this long to have one, but I guess we did eat a lot of gelato in Italy.
We rode down to Passeig de Gracia, which is Barcelona’s Fifth Ave, ...
... who for the most part you can't tell what gender they are).
For our last day, we spent it enjoying the beautiful weather on the beach, I can't say I was expecting to get a sun burn in October! I also got the chance to go into the Mediterranean Sea for the first time. After a great afternoon at the beach, we caught our train back to the Airport and took our flight home! Barcelona will be a weekend I'll never forget!