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... Jesus being the light and the life of the world. We went up one of the towers here to get views over Barcelona city, and although it was a cloudy day it was still good to see just how big it is. We decided to take the train up Park Güell which is a nice spot overlooking the city and where Gaudi has done one his other major works creating a working park, it's huge and we spent a really nice couple of hours wondering around. ...
... about packing the bag. I have just loved Barcelona (as everyone told me I would) except for the hordes of tourists. God knows what it would be like in summer. Is there anywhere left in the world without tourists? Also large numbers of beggars here, also like everywhere. I can't bear to see the ones with dogs. Anyway, to the packing. I hope there is wi-fi at Frankfurt airport as I have about eight hours there, so look out. There may be a looooong blog. That's it from ...
... 00pm to 11:00pm, they got really big, and every night between Thursday
night and Sunday night (between the same time frame, 9 to 11 pm) they got really big, but with lights and music, so it looks like the lights are dancing, it’s really cool, but there was like, thousands of people watching the fountains.
In my next entry, I’ll have to do all of Ireland in 1 entry, because I’m now in San Sebastion, the destination after Ireland L. ...
... towards the wharf area and made our way to "La Rambla" This is the main shopping street, with a central "Island" containing stalls & markets & the more exclusive "name brand" shops located down both sides of the street. We left Wendy & Bill to stroll at a more leisurely pace and headed off to view the Casa Batilo, La Pedrera and Sagrada Familia. These are extremely different buildings unique to Barcelona, designed by Antoni Gaudi. ...
... in the fields. It was a real thrill. "In Flanders fields the poppies blow, between the crosses, row on row".
Almost as exciting was seeing the flocks of flamingos in the wetlands. And the huge snow capped mountain ranges. I thought I might sleep all the way, but it was so interesting I couldn't stop looking. And the Spanish villas and farms with their tiled rooves.The lilac trees are in bloom, so there were splashes of mauve in all of ...