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... immediately identified that we were kiwis upon hearing Craig's voice and accent! It was 1.40am when we left the restaurant which was still open though we don't recall if there were any other customers at our one. On the short walk home the number of people had thinned out, there were quite a few young girls though still taunting for business - young = 18-20 year old girls from North Africa. Is very sad to see :( It was a younger mix but still no sign of drunkenness or noisy ...
... in the whole village, a church, which featured designs from all of his other buildings, which is why this church is so amazing. Another thing I liked about it is that it's basically undiscovered, so it wasn't full of tourists, which was nice.
When the church was half finished, the Guell's said they didn't want to pay for the materials for it, but the church was still usable for services, since one of the floors was finished before ...
... practically merged with the nearby Rubí (population 72,987) and Cerdanyola del Valles (population 58,747). Monastery of Sant Cugat is a Benedictine abbey in Sant Cugat del Vallès, Catalonia, Spain. Founded in the 9th century, and built until the 14th century, it was the most important monastery in the county of Barcelona. It has its main feature in the large cloister, in Romanesque style. The monastery's origin date back to ...
Well we all slept great last night, comfy beds and super dark rooms. I was super sad to get up at 7, was so so comfy in the bed. But we had 9 am tickets at sagrada familia! We got the kids up, the mostly rallied, but were tired. We didn't have much time so we just went across the street to Starbucks and grabbed some muffins and egg sandwiches. Karl was grossed out that the egg was kind of like a fried egg with the yolks middle, not scrambled. He did eat a donut though, but ...
... glass windows, the arches, the columns, every part of it came together to form a magical space. One of the most interesting facts about it is that Gaudi knew he would pass away before it was finished, so he left all of the plans to continue construction and additions which are still ongoing. We also went to Park Guell, which Gaudi also planned. Whimsical is the only word I have to describe it.
I think one of my favorite parts ...