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... to Park GŘell which is the best place to witness GaudÝ architecture. Usually there are impressive views of the city too, but unfortunately this wasn't really to be seen.
And this is where my return to the city ended. It had been very interesting and surprisingly busy time and there is much to see in the city. If the weather had been great it would have been the icing on the cake, but even without that it was still a great ...
This morning started with a tour of Barcelona with a local guide. First stop was the Sagrada Familia or Holy Family Church. Started in 1882 they expect it to be finished by 2030. The design is by the famous Gaudi. There was no construction during the reign of Franco and the recent work began in 1960's. The front depicts the nativity, the back the death of Christ and the middle is joy, glory and resurrection. There are currently 200 people ...
... countryside at 250 KPH. SO COOL.
We NEED this kind of transportation in the USA. We are SO provincial and at the mercy of
special interest groups. Train travel is
SO easy and shouldn’t be more expensive than air travel. I’d do it!
From city center to city center in 90 minutes? It is MUCH faster than flying!!
So, how do you know when you’re in
Rome? When the cab driver gets on ...
... an amusement park and some stunning views. The church is beautiful inside and out - beautiful mosaic on the inside and a courtyard on the roof with panoramic views. Time flies when you’re having fun and it was soon time to head back to Placa Catalunya to see Aunty Hazel. We took the funicular back down and then walked a mile or so through posh neighborhoods to get to the metro station. The metro in Barcelona doesn’t seems so ...
... in 2014?
One cannot even consider Barcelona without considering Montju´c. Daniel describes them in passing, and they are as much as part of the city as Las Ramblas. On my first run in Barcelona I could see the slopes of Montju´c. That reinforced my perception of this crowded city; cramped. On one of our guided tours of the city, we went to the Plaza de Santa Maria del Mar. This was interesting, as we milled about in ...