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... down! We found shelter in a bar, which where we initially thought was the most we'd ever payed for a small beer as Jed didn't receive any change...but then turns out they were relatively cheap after about 1/2 hour when the bartender finally gave us the change?! We stopped at the rather magnificent Sagrada and took plenty of pics, only to discover we were actually looking at the back of it, rather than the front! So we walked round to the front, ...
... that motivation lasts! For the most part, the people were pretty friendly but I definitely did not feel as safe as I do in London. I was more on guard than I usually would be but I still absolutely adored the city.
I spent a great amount of my time in Barcelona on the beach and it couldn't have been more perfect. I have sunburn blisters covering my stomach (THANKS, EUGENE) but it was ...
... rock face. The architecture spans thousands of years. Being the holy Friday the crowds were huge with many locals travelling to worship, quite special even for myself the non believer. Mardi was particularly taken by the religious significance of the place and asked for forgiveness for the bacon and sausage.... oh and the pork crisps she scavenged from strangers before realising it was pork....... oh dear!
Back into town for a ...
... color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">And talking of architecture brings me to Barcelona's second big feature.....this city encourages innovation in design, it is not afraid to mix contemporary with traditional and the city is designed with sufficient space that even works of modern art seem to fit amongst the old style buildings. And then there is Gaudi!! I am not sure of where to start to describe Gaudi and before you all ...
... candies, freshly cut meat. My hotel room also had the best view I could see La Sagarda Familia and all these beautiful buildings. It's just the atmosphere there. Here in America it's so business oriented and there it's so free-spirited and not American. Which is probably why I liked it. If I could I would totally go back there and just live on the streets. There is no reason to have a wealthy life if you're not living ...
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