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... has sculptures telling the story from the last supper through to Jesus assention into heaven. When you step inside it's this massive open space with pillars that look like trees growing up to what forms a canopy over you, bright colours let in by the way the stained glass is formed, the trees representing nature & all the colours in the stained glass mean something as well, such as the blue for water & the yellow for ...
... So after our feed we made our way down the boulevard towards the temple looking thing and Mont Blanc. The boulevard lined everything up along the way, from a big square called the Plaça d'Espanya, a really big fountain, and a massive water feature coming down the side of the hill that we went up to get to the temple looking thing. It was all pretty nice. Along the way, Daniel and I continued our stereotyping across Europe, this time coming up with names for people that ...
... if you go. We almost followed some people to the part of the park that is free - this would have been a long walk. Also I knew I wanted to see the colorful curvy benches but we couldn't find them. They are on top of Hyperstole Hall! We went into the guard's tower but it wasn't worth the half hour wait. It isn't furnished. There was a nice gift shop. I always spend too much money in gift shops.
When we returned by cab to the hotel we talked to Jose about our plans to go to Figueres.
... and no doubt the lemon drink) I enjoyed visiting the Sagrada Familia (noted as "Europe's most unconventional church" -and learning about the very interesting Gaudi) and learning about the political history that has lead Barcelona to be what it is today. If I had one € for every Messi shirt I saw today!!! We also saw many plaça's, parcs, the beach (wow), the port, old city, Barcelona Cathedral and ...
... 8220;best establishment decorated in the artistic-ornamental style”, and has therefore always been considered a jewel in the crown of Catalonian modernism. We did the tour and then stayed for lunch.
Torre Bellesguard, also known as Casa Figueres, is a modernist manor house designed by Catalan architect Antoni GaudÝ, which was constructed between 1900 and 1909. It is located at the SarriÓ-Sant Gervasi district.
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