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... charged, and the long lines necessitated getting a ticket and entering the park at a scheduled time. We almost gave up on the park, but a good lunch at a nearby restaurant helped us pass the time until we could go into the park at 2:30.
There is so much to say about Gaudi, the architect whose influences and brillance are evident all over Barcelona. Park Guell is an area where Gaudi ...
... called the Cavamar restaurant, very nice staff and view. It was a very busy place and I'm sure i know why. The food was really delicious and the mojito cocktails were great too.
We ordered a bunch of tapas such as the ham croquetes, the tomato bread, Spanish potato omelette, andalussian style calamari and a mix of steamed clams/mussels.
Loved all the dishes specially the steamed clams and mussels served with a ...
... to jump over the fire pit. This small act was a huge metaphoric one for me. Maybe I was frustrated with men, had my own issues with weakness, hated the fact that my trip to Morocco was in jeopardy because of my gender, or it was just simply my feminism kicking in. I was sick of feeling unable to do things because of my gender. I hated feeling unsafe on the street, having guys try to force alcohol down my throat, and not knowing who I should trust to take a cab back ...
... connections and made it was 30 minuets to spare which worked
our perfectly. I spelt the entire way home. The best feeling in the world was
to have a shower and enjoy a home cooked meal from abuela. Im honestly so
thankful that we have her and a place of our own to call home. Overall, Im
happy we saw Barcelona and I don’t think I could have come here without seeing
it. However, I definitely like Madrid better and know it will always hold a special
place in my ...
... chain and holding on to both ends and moving them towards each other. The curve this creates is a catenary. Gaudi took that curve, turned it upside down and made it an arch. If that still isn’t clear, look at the pictures. Gaudi designed many churches and house and his defining work is La Sagrada Familia Cathedral in Barcelona which we will discuss later
We began the tour by learning a little about ...