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... and tail) rushed right into the crowd send in us all scurrying. Sue, not impressed will never trust Jeff again! The energy this evening seemed more intense than the previous, yet amongst all the mayhem the parade included other religious, and traditional regional dances, and a somber precession of towns people with candles leading the statue of the patron saint. The dances were complicated and intricate, the costumes spectacular, and all must have been exhausted by ...
... half done! Construction started in 1882 and still won't be done for around 35 years! They have had a few set backs in during the time with fires, things stolen and money issues. The modernism of the building is crazy to think and very forward of his time considering. Underneath the main church you can see original pieces of the plaster used for modelling and as you walk through they explain different parts of the building and the history associated with it. I really enjoyed it and ...
Had a wonderful time exploring alone by foot today. Key areas La Rambla, La Boqueria, Mare Magnum, old churros and chocolate places, and unidentified churches. I wanted to go to the Picasso museum, but they were closed today. Another big attraction I was close to was also closed. Boo. I did find the opportunity to walk by the place I'm moving to tomorrow. It was really well-located!! I signed up to see a flamenco show tomorrow, so I'm ...
... we left Zara we had met up with dad at a place nearby. We were all hungry so we decided it was lunch time. On the way to lunch dad told us about his time at the soldier shop. He had bought some nice plastic tanks but the shop he went to didn't sell metal soldiers. He also told us that the man at the shop was really nice and he had told dad about a shop in Barcelona that sells amazing metal soldiers. We had a nice lunch in a beautiful quite courtyard. Mum had one of her ...
... fabulous. The best part is that we had so many laughs, and we just couldn't stop. Here we learnt that customer service in Spain is outstanding, with the waiter going out of his way to serve me a "cafe en leche sin leche" (a cafe latte without milk!). This fabulous meal came to 20€ each. During the day everyone that went their own way was thinking of our last night in Barcelona, and was preparing by buying ...