GHT Hotel Maritim
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... a plate of the pan fried squid with sautéed potatoes and a seafood risotto, which was actually seafood rice and pretty average. By the time we had finished up it was around 1:30, so Issy and I decided to walk straight to the bus stop, eager not to have a repeat of last times airport experience. The walk wasn't so bad, even with backpacks, and we arrived just before the 2:00 buses left. The man we tried to buy tickets from talked with us briefly about times and ...
... of portraits of his family members. After studying at art school, he began to believe he wasn't learning anything new, so left and went to live in Paris, where Picasso went through his "blue" period. I felt that the link between this period and the abstract work he was best known for was missing - maybe I missed a room?! Picasso spent his later years creating ceramics. He was very involved in the design of the museum and his wife donated many of his works after he died. After seeing ...
... people are let in each 1/2 hour, suffice to say that we weren't prepared to wait the 2 hours for entry. (humph, you can book on line but we discovered this too late). Feeling a tad disappointed we walked around the remainder of the park with plenty of hill climbing and saw pretty much everything we wanted to see - what we discovered is that you can see a lot of the features in the paid area from ...
... to move as fast as the person behind you who is pushing you along. Oh, and you don’t have to take your shoes off unless you get a Stop from the metal detector (and I didn't!).
I had about an hour before boarding the plane so I wandered around the airport, checking out the shops and then went upstairs and had lunch at a table overlooking the runway. The line to board was very long by the time I got back down there, but it moved really fast—out to ...
... costumes in Star Wars.
La Sagrada Familia
Perhaps Gaudí`s most famous work is La Sagrada Familia, which has been in construction since 1882 and is predicted to be completed in about 40 years from now. It is extremely detailed in design, and everything - and I do mean everything - symbolizes something. What`s impressive is that Gaudí designed the whole structure out of string and tested his ideas with full-size mock ...