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... feat we have seen in our trip. The project was started in 1882, but the initial architect only lasted a year. It was then taken over by a brilliant architect and visionary, Gaudi. He dedicated his whole life to the basilica, but progress was always slow due to the lack of money and the time needed to experiment with new building and design methodologies. It is still an unfinished building. In fact it ...
... Spain's second largest city Andy one of Europe's most popular vacation spots. Barcelona had no beaches prior to the 1992 Olympics, when. It relocated the industries that occupied the seaside and reclaimed more than 2 1/2 miles of beach. The city loves it walkers and boasts that it has the equivalent of 260 football fields designated as pedestrian zones. This is one of the most wonderful things about Barcelona...you can walk the town ...
... br> With such a late bedtime, breakfast wasn’t really on the docket. I was up by 9:30, but everyone else slept until 11. Apparently that wasn’t really enough sleep for Samantha though, and she was a wreck. Not really too surprising given the circumstances, but she wasn’t fit for public consumption, so Kristi took everyone out, and I stayed with her in the room. Everyone was starving, and figuring the mall would be a good source ...
... I ate far too many varieties of torons and had a glass of cava at Monterrat's beautiful home. We were fortunate to be shown around it. There were all these areas adorned with Christmas nativity scenes. With the festive decorations it was so very, very picture-book pretty. Their daughter Marta, Bridget's age, had been studying and we met her at home. We enjoyed a great chat where Montserrat and I talked about our natural propensity for loudness ...
... people dancing. But as the song progressed, more and more joined in. It was clearly something traditional and you could see and feel the emotion. Suddenly the entire square was moving, young, old and everyone in between. I felt as if I was let in on a little secret. Not something touristy or expensive but real and authentic. That was the end of my Barcelona day tour - pretty special. I attached some video.
I decided to spend ...