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We started our travels on Sunday from Tampa to Philadelphia to Barcelona. The domestic flight was as usual. Getting on the international airplane was much different than what we are accustomed to. It's so big! Luckily we had a loveseat next to the window so we did not have to sit next to anyone else. Our flight was about 45 minutes late taking off so we decided to watch Inside Out. We've been wanting to see it since ...
... Luckily they were open and they agreed to take them back. He couldn't get cash back so used the credit to buy a fish eye lense for his iPhone. The trip to Lyon, our next destination, started off fine. However, about 1/2 way to our transfer point at Nimes, we were informed that there was an electrical fire on the train and we'd be arriving 1 1/2 hrs late. This means we missed our connection ...
... in 1882. A year and a half later, Gaudi took over the work and turned the initial project around over the next 43 years into a innovative church which is still being built today. It is expected that the project, following his models, will be completed by 2026. The outside is far from finished, however the inside is stunning and appears completed. It is very easy to spend an hour or two here. Park Guell - this was our next stop, another Gaudi creation. Construction began in ...
... Barcelona has had over the centuries to spurt it on to great growth and re-creation phases. Some others have been the World Fairs of 1888 and 1929. They certainly do things differently here - we saw the Parliament, which is right next door to the Zoo. In Australia we put the Zoo right inside the Parliament - go figure! We then toured around the interesting harbour area and saw where Picasso went to school and lived. We then walked down La Rambla (Rambla is Arabic ...
October 15 This morning we got up very early and headed to Barcelona. The hardest part about traveling is not knowing public transportation well, so we really had to reseat what time the buses started and whatnot. We arrived successfully at the airport and had a smooth trip to Barcelona. From the airport, we took a train and then switched to a metro to get to a friend's apartment that we would be staying at. The walk from the metro station was easy and we were ...