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Paella, sangria, sleep, paella, sangria, sleep, lather, rinse, repeat! That pretty sums up the 8 days I spent exploring the Catalan city of Barcelona. Siesta - why does this not exist everywhere?!?! I spent many afternoons having a nap after a morning of sleeping or sightseeing. When I wasn't having a nap and actually left the hostel I saw a lot of of the city like the Sagrada Família Church which has been under construction since 1882 and in 1883 ...
A lot colder today and not much open apart from tourist sites being Easter Monday. Stopped for a hot chocolate and croissant before heading over to Casa Batilo. Once again an easy walk from Hostel Girona. Worked out where it was before we even saw the building just by the vast numbers of people outside! The queue was not too bad so we got an excellent video guide and started exploring Gaudi's masterpiece. Once inside despite ...
... be higher than something created by the creator) (also meaning AG had obviously never visited the Pyrennes).
The works are feverishly continuing now (in a laconically Spanish way) and there is some doubt the target date will be achieved. But I just reckon the Spanish, loving a challenge as they do and with a savvy for huge-scale projects, will make it with perhaps minutes to spare (though more probably with hours coz the workers will need siesta ...
... Gaudi (1900-1905) and it is filled with architectural elements but also an inner park area containing beautiful sculptures covered with colourful pieces of broken glass fit together. Unfortunately tickets were sold out for the day so I couldn't go in to see this section. I will just have to come back! However, I did go into the Casa de Gaudi museum. He lived in this house from 1905 to 1925 when he was creating many of his important works. On the way back I hopped ...
... I were off to navigate the metro station. Surprisingly we did not get lost and managed to find our way to our destination, Sagrada Familia, rather easily. I was proud.
Sagrada Familia is crazy cool.
Here's a quick description of it from the website:
The expiatory church of La Sagrada Família is a work on a grand scale which was begun on 19 March 1882 from a project by the diocesan architect Francisco de Paula del Villar (1828-1901). At the ...