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Arrived safely in Barcelona after navigating Madrid airport pretty well. Flights were good although our long one had not much entertainment but we were in 2 seats in our own so that made up for it. Madrid to Barcelona was only an hour and our driver was waiting for us. No problems with bags getting lost enroute so another bonus. Hotel …
... metro stop, I had my first glance at the Cathedral and it was just beautiful! I wanted to go in, but saw the line to buy tickets was long. I walked around the cathedral for another 10 minutes and then headed to a souvenir shop. There I bought myself a magnet and a cheap Messi FC Barcelona kit. Afterwards, I stumbled upon a small but cool looking cafe, so I went inside for breakfast. I then had churros with homemade chocolate fudge and they tasted great! After paying I ...
... about 11am we decided to head back to our room and get ready and head to the fat bike tour to book in a time and then we planned on going to Park Guell. On the way to the park we got off the metro and checked out some of the apartments Gaudi had designed. His designs are incredible, nothing like we have seen so far, it would have be cool to see an entire street with his building designs.
We hopped back on the metro and headed to the ...
... that he painted in blue hues. We were also lucky to see a temporary exhibition of Picasso and Dali, when they worked closely together/spent time together. It was really cool to see how Picasso influenced Dali and vice versa. After the Picasso Museum we walked back to La Rambla street to meet up with the men and Lita. On our way back we found a street market. It was huge! There were merchants selling fresh ...
... The monastery, so far as it is possible, should be organised in such a way that all of its necessities, such as its water, its mill, its bakery, its orchards and all of its various trades, mayb be concentrated within its confines."
You quickly realize the complex is more than religious by the massive 11m walls, providing a perimeter of 608m. The walls are a 14th c addition.
Entrance is through the Royal Gate. Not all areas were open to the ...