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... we took a different bus route and hopped off at Sagrada Familia, the church designed by Gaudi, the work of which consumed him for the rest of his life. Words can hardly describe this cathedral; it is unbelieveable. People there in throngs! In the afternoon we went to see the Casa Batllo. Antoni Gaudi reformed this house between 1904 and1907 and it is quite remarkable. As it turns out, it is just around ...
... late so it defiantly suits us now. Tonight is smart casual so we don't have to get the bling on just yet. We were very impressed with the meal and look forward to what will be on the menu tomorrow night. After dinner we continue our exploration and witness some seniors letting their hair down, actually there is a great age group on this ship so we don't feel like we are hanging out with the seniors club. ...
... and the dance of the Cardona eagle was quite similar to, although perhaps slightly less dramatic than the Ball de l’Aliga of Berga, which is the most moving part of the magnificent Patum de Berga that we will be attending for the 2nd time in June 2014.
Santa Eulalia has two correfocs that we were keen to see, a children’s one followed by an adult one, both starting from Placa de Sant Jaume. Most of the correfocs that ...
... 2 euro bottles of wine!! Since the last post we have been reminded of the Roman Empire. The Pont de Gard is a wonderfully preserved 3 level bridge/aqueduct; nearly 2000 years old. We had a glorious day swimming there. Nimes itself was a lovely town to stay in. It has other roman remains...an amphitheatre, a theatre and some lovely gardens. Coming from a town with no train the last ...
... we were sitting pretty on the halfway line, best seats in the house. Almost got into the VIP area at half time, but the tickets only allowed one in, not three. Mireia went for look but nobody exciting.- they were all on the field still. Barca cae out easy winners 8-0, but was a great game to watch. More like an exhibition than a competition. Messi was unreal.
After this excitement, the rest of the city seemed almost bland (which is not the case at all so ...
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