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... see her here in nice today. We checked into the hotel and went off to find a way of phoning Tegan, as she is devastated about the grade 7 young girl. We go to the tourist information centre to ask where we can make a phone call to Australia. We find an Internet cafe that has phone call provisions, however when we phone Tegan she doesn't pick up. So we had lunch, did some grocery shopping and walk back to the ...
... it's great to have that person to share moments with, not feel you have to make small talk with, and to give you a feeling of familiarity in a foreign setting. On our first day in Barcelona I'm ashamed to say we didn't leave the hostel once, and while we were plagued with the feeling of guilt, we realised this was actually the first day in 2 months that we had been able to just blob and catch up with ourselves. Travelling really is exhausting, and while you want to make the ...
... of the La Sagrada Familia. After the look out we went to La Sagrada Familia. Which is one of Gaudi's masterpieces and probably his most famous. Something I didn't know was that it isn't actually finished. They have passed the half way point but are hoping to have it finished by 2026 which will be the 100th anniversary of Gaudi's death. The church has already been christened by the Pope which doesn't usually happen until it is finished. It is already a UNESCO world ...
... all the elements. This was the only part of the church that was essentially finished in Gaudí’s lifetime. We also visited the museum which had an interesting collection of models and displays. We saw the plaster workshop where they still make moulds. We also saw several displays of the evolution of Gaudí’s design for the basilica; originally it was much more gothic in appearance and by the time he had modelled it for the third time, it was as it currently ...
This evening consisted of a LOVELY meal at Guru (a vegan burger and patatas!) after a (rather gruesome) viewing of Gangster Squad; as someone who despises any gore I didn't particularly enjoy it... Nor the fact that I couldn't understand the majority of the dialogue, excluding '*****' and '****' which were both said about 57x a minute and the only words I truly understood (don't ask).
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