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... bloody amazing stuff and hats off to Antoni Gaudi for being a bit out there. The following day we visited two of his other sites and probably his most well known works, certainly the most visited anyway, those being the epic La Sagrada Familia Basilica and the very beautiful Parc Guell. Speaking of great minds, we also found some time to pop in at Pablo's place. Words won't do this museum any justice, for mine this is the best gallery ...
... these current entrances are not the main entrance,
which is still being constructed, which will have sculptures representing the
creation of the world and the end of the world, according to Genesis and
After this we went to visit one of Gaudi’s other works in Barcelona- Park
Guell. This area was meant to be a development estate, with people living here,
but no one wanted to live so far from the city centre of the time (and ...
- A trip to El Corte Ingles to replace Adah’s 'babies’ and other lost items from our backpack casualty
- Jen spiking a fever of 100 . We are officially 5 for 5 in travel sickness. No bios this time, though.
- Jeff and Tim heading out for a few cervezas in the neighborhood, stumbling into a bar with live Spanish guitar music, and another random patron stepping up to the mike to ...
... the birth, life and death of Christ), and Gaudi planned the building so there would be no buildings near it so that the building can be appreciated from not just from close distances.
It's also likely to be finished before (or hopefully in) 2026, the 100th anniversary of Mr. Gaudi’s death. It’s weird actually. Gaudi died when he was knocked down by a tram ...
... hours til we could get in!?! At this point we were definitely feeling like we were losing more than we were winning! So.......out came our baguette sandwiches to ease our pain for a park side picnic and we figured things out! I had thought the park entry was free and it turned out that it was. The tickets were to just get into a the monument section or lower section. Indeed it was busy but fun to see. We understood the World of Dr. ...