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We met Yvonne and Gaz and they had found another gallery underneath the Church that showed Gaudi's plans and models, absolutely fascinating. You can't really understand how clever and committed people are that take on such a project... and to think he lived a very simple and poor life committed to his belief and came every day to the Cathedral and one day got knocked over by a tram on his way to work at the age of around 71 and died!!! How is ...
On Saturday it is another hot sunny day; perfect beach weather. We cycle to the Praia at Lagos, where there is a little stunner of a beach waiting for us. The turquoise sea is calm and, for once, wonderfully warm. We toast gently in the sun – to coin a phrase from 1980's classic 'Short Circuit', "Brown on one side, then turn over" – before getting in the sea for a swim. Neither of us much like the dry-salty-skin feeling after going in the sea, so once we ...
... reflected a different part of Jesus’ life. I can’t even begin to describe it – there were many small details that we would have missed if we hadn’t had a guide. The church is scheduled to be completed by 2026, the 100th anniversary of Gaudi’s death. Part of the plan is to demolish a large block of buildings at the front of the church to create a park. All of the costs of the project are being paid by the ...
... there back home as she really wanted to step foot on the Mediterranean again.
As we were making our way down towards the beach, we came across the southern railroad station where a flea market/art show was taking place. We stopped in and had a look around. The train station itself was enormous as well as quite impressive and the antiques and art only added to the appealing environment.
From there we decided on having a small bite to eat and settled on a ...
... the best kebab ever while in the city. I really did not know what to expect going to Barcelona, but I really enjoyed everything this city had to offer. The trip in itself surpassed my expectations and made for the most memorable Halloween weekend as well as one of the best weekends ever!
*It took me forever to finish my post about this trip since I got caught up with school work. I still haven't stopped thinking of Barcelona though :(