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... long hot line up to get inside. It is a massive project that has been under construction for well over a hundred years.
It is mostly based on Lots of geometric designs based on plants, trees and other natural formations. Incredibly challenging and gutsy. Unlikely to see anything else that is this over the top on such a grand scale!
After a late lunch and siesta we ...
... Definitely a good decision. We left for Barcelona on Friday night, making it hard to focus in my 230-4pm Friday class. Nonetheless, we got through it and we were off. The flight was short, only about an hour, and we landed at around 945. Though I knew that Catalonia, the autonomous community that Barcelona is a part of, has their own language (Catalonian) I guess I never realized how prevalent it would be. I just assumed, this is Spain, everyone speaks Spanish, But, to my ...
... by a chocolate brownie sundae for dessert. The Redskins/Giants game was exciting, but ended in typical Redskins heartbreaker fashion as the Giants threw a touchdown bomb with just over one minute left to win the game 27-23 (the Redskins fumbled on their last drive to conclude the game). It’s amazing how many Redskins games have you biting your nails, on the edge of your chair, in the last two minutes – only to inevitably leave you with your head down at the end. ...
... the country. It is visited by millions of
people every year and many more study its architectural and religious content.
It has always been an expiatory church, which means that since the
outset, 130 years ago now, it has been built from donations. Gaudí himself said:
"The expiatory church of La Sagrada Família is made by the people and is
mirrored in them. It is a work that is in the hands of God and the will of the
people." The ...
... shops and sampled some delicious food. It was vvery much like a street fair and we enjoyed the atmosphere.
As we reached the port, we decided we needed some food. We remembered the bus tour told us there was some great restaurants in Rambla del Mar, a short bridge over part of the harbour. We strolled around looking for a nice restaurant. We found what we thought would be a good place for dinner.
There didn't seem to be a ...