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... but I did take a video to show
my family what it was like.
We took a walk down Rue Strambla, which is the main street
in Barcelona, which is super popular for the tourists. There are all sorts of
overpriced restaurants, little shops set up to sell souvenirs and the coolest
of all, people painted, or dressed up to look like statues! In fact, the first
... except to say that everything has to bigger and better!!they are planning a new city which will include the 7 Wonders of the World ..including the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben etc etc..due to be completed in 2017
for, the evening we went to the Supersized Dubai Mall where we joined up with some more of our travel Bugs over dinner overlooking the dancing fountains
And that is Dubai!!!
Time to get up now..more on Barcelona later....
Wow! What an amazing church. Some key facts;
1882 - Francesc del Villar is commissioned to construct a neo-Gothic church
1883 - Antoni Gaudi takes over as chief architect
1926 - Death of Gaudi: work continues under Domenec Sugranes. Much of the apse and Nativity Facade completed
1930 - Bell towers of the Nativity Facade completed
1936 - Construction is interrupted by Spanish Civil War
1940 - Architect Francesc de Paula Quintana i ...
... screen at our hotel. The atmosphere was intense and we made friends with an older German couple.
That’s a wrap for last week. This week we are spending three more nights in Spain, before dropping Laura off at the airport and heading to Marseille in France. A bit more beach time is in order, but probably less sangria. For any foodies out there, I have included the first ever ‘Blog Menu’ with a list of all of the tapas we ...
... br> Before heading back to Barcelona, we walked around the grounds and explored the small village of Salomó. We encountered this strange tower and explored it a bit. Getting up to the top was surely life threatening but the views of the vineyards made it worth it! We found a large circular stone that had carved in it the directions and distances to cities all over the world. Very interesting.
La Sagrada Familia
After recovering from all the eating, ...