Husa Via Barcelona
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... to beat!! A full belly of wine and tapas gave me the added fuel to explore this magical city on foot. One thing that adds to the magic of this city is it's off the hook architecture and work by the incredible Gaudi and modernist artists. I made the best decision and joined a tour that walked across the city and the famous Passeig de Gracia which is a living breathing museum of architecture where I saw some of the most unique buildings. Beyond the brick and motor ...
... the air so we landed on schedule. The flight to Barcelona is approximately and hour and 40 mins, we did it today in an hour and 20 mins. We flew next to the Swiss Alp most of the flight, it was amazing, they are so high and covered in snow of course!! The tops of the Alps looked to be at the same height we were flying!!! We landed at Barcelona and during our flight we chatted and decided to catch a train to Madrid, while we ...
Antoni Gaudi began construction of Sagrada Familia in 1883 and worked on it until his death in 1926. Construction of the cathedral continues today and is expected to be complete in 2026, the one-hundredth anniversary of Gaudi's death. Our efforts to make it to the cathedral at our appointed time, despite our lack of sleep, did not disappoint; the pictures we took do not begin to do justice.
Lunch was at ...
July 13, 2014
Much warmer here in Barcelona. We did several walks in the local area after breakfast – found the beautiful Cathedral of Santa Creu. Mass was on and there was a lot of gold and an amazing arched ceiling. We also found the Picasso Museum which had a huge line so we gave it a miss and bought some lovely red & silver earrings and matching pendant instead. Nice! We walked home for a light lunch of meat/dry biscuits and cheese – ...
... background of the palm trees in the square. Of course being at the front has drawbacks as well, as Julie discovered when she was on the receiving end of Dofi's long-range water pistol.
The parade was not the only thing scheduled as part of the festival, though so after we'd seen the all the participants go by we set off for a bit of a walk through Barri Gotic, coming out by the cathedral where sardana dancing was underway with not one but ...