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... it is still uniquely charming and is a must not miss if visiting Barcelona. The area was massively packed with families and the atmosphere really nice and relaxing.
It was an amazing mixture of lights and water to create an absolute treat on the senses, the sights, sounds and spraying of water really creates a buzzing carnival type atmosphere. It started at 9pm and starts hourly after that until 11pm. Many camera shots were taken and Jackie and Kate got soaking ...
La Sagrada Familia was started in 1882, but Gaudi became involved from 1883 until his death in 1926. Gaudi died when he was hit by a tram in Barcelona. Do you suppose his team ever wondered how they would replace him if he were "hit by a bus."
They estimate the structure won't be finished until "the first third of the 21st century."
... screen. Now the third room.........that's better. The hotel's position in the hub of the city is perfect. Enough about our sleeping arrangements. Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, we are here! The final port on our cruise through just some of the ports of the Mediterranean Sea. La Rambla, Gaudi, the odd gypsy beggars, Gaudi, super well dressed women, Gaudi, men dressed so well that if you wear designer clothes as they do here in Australia you must be gay, and scarves, men, women and ...
... t much fun for a Friday night in El Born. John noticed some stylin’ shoes and purchased them to complete his transformation in to a hipster… Manicure and new shoes – what is next? We walked around a little this evening but we both forgot our cameras so no photographic documentation for this walk-about. Snacks back at the apartment was dinner tonight. We need to get ourselves organized for the next leg, ...
... church, probably darker in its day without the modern lighting, and it was just as dramatic as the Sagrada Familia. Soaring columns with rib work, stained glass, and chapels that circled the perimeter of the church. I knew what to expect with Gaudi. I didn't for the cathedral, and it was all stunning!
The rest of the morning we walked up and down the Ramblas. Lots of flower stands, gelato stands, trinkets of all kinds, artists, and ...