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Unfortunately one of my travel pitfalls has been getting wi fi connection , writing my blog entry only to lose it because connection cuts out. And so this is the second time I write this entry today. This also is why some entries have no or so few photos. And the reason as to why I look though I am the worst speller or worst "typist" or heaven forbid both when my job is improving children's literacy. I'm usually rushing and yes I am wearing my contacts. With ...
... fašade to the South.
When GaudÝ died in 1926, the basilica was between 15 and 25 percent complete, and final construction completion is expected around 2026, one hundred years after GaudÝ's death.
It rained - hard! - this afternoon. Barcelona has not seen such a rain in many, many years, and. in fact, the rains moved on to flood areas of France and Italy. We were on the Bus Turista, ...
... French grad student working on a thesis about Margaret Atwood. Of such encounters travel friendships are forged, and they invited me to come and stay with them if I eventually made it to Paris. I did get there - a full year later - and they took me into their home for my entire 3-week stay. No small thing considering the, uh, coziness of Parisian apartments and the fact that they barely knew me! But I had a wonderful time, our friendship was firmly ...
3 Challenges to Overcome
The challenges to overcome today included:
1. Sorting out the customs problem and locating my package successfully.
2. Figuring Out Whether renting a car from a local hotel is a better deal than from the airport and making the reservation.
3. Downloading the maps of Spain/Europe onto the GPS I purchased near LAX before leaving for Spain.
These are the Lessons to Fellow Travelers to Spain I learned:
... this amazing building is a performance in itself!
The weather was still a little dreary, so that afternoon we went to the Museu d’Historia de Barcelona which houses an excavated sight of Roman Barcelona under the plaza which shows the old town as it was laid out with its residential and commercial areas including a fish processing and wine production area and a Laundromat! After leaving the museum the sky had decided to clear, so we walked back down to the waterfront to ...