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... a pass by a third, Gaudi's La Padrera. La Padrera is a truly fascinating building with rounded corners and balconies surrounded by wrought iron railings that looked like seaweed floating in the water.
It was a long walk from there to our first destination but it was very enjoyable as we passed through the Gracia neighborhood. We came to the local market which was really fantastic. Really there was not a tourist to be seen and it was as authentic ...
... us there, showed us how to get thru the security gate and turn on the lights and we were out for dinner by 10pm. Did I mention that we were exhausted when we got to Heathrow? No? We were really exhausted by the time we walked out of our apartment for dinner. So, of course, we headed out to the happening part of town, The Rambla, which happens to be only about 4 blocks from our apartment. Location, location, location! Ours is perfecto! We spotted a tapas bar, ...
... got the better of the two. Explored the neighboring town Segur, it's a lot slower than Callafel, more chilled. This is where I invested in fashionable, well as fashionable as they can be, mozzie repellant bands. Attached them on my ankle and wished the mozzies a good holiday. Tonight we were in for a surprise, it was full moon. Blinking huge it was and bright yellow, like cheese! Oh gosh I'm always thinking of food... Which reminds me just how hungry I am. Is ...
Check out time today wasn't until 12pm, so we decided to have an early breakfast and take the opportunity to visit the inside of La Pedrera before checking out. It was really quite fascinating, although, I do have to admit to not truly being a fan of Gaudi's work He really was just so far ahead of his time and so innovative... Everything he did was designed around nature with NO straight lines ...
... the lines basic, but yet there is something compelling about his pictures, sculptures and mobiles.
The building all of these are housed in is in total sympathy with the collection and mirrors his works in a direct way. The whole place feels peaceful and unhurried, and with far fewer tourists is a real pleasure to visit.
There was a short documentary on Miro, his life and work, which was well worth seeing. He strove to experiment ...