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... again. Very cute but boy oh boy. I was brain fried by the end of day. In conclusion the family seem very cool, laid back and welcoming and even laugh at the tomato ketchup making ******* sounds. Sweet. Anyway other events: Sorted a spanish phone out with Slivia. So now i can talk to my family and friends at all times - yay. Thank God for technology. Walked around the city, watched people salsa, saw the market stalls...etc Caught up with other people on the ...
... is often referred to as "God's architect". Words cannot describe the feeling when you first enter the church - it is out of this world, with the overall design of the main structure representing the canopy in a huge forest. The stained glass windows are absolutely beautiful.
After lunch in a nearby cafe, we headed back via the train station we will ...
... the birth, life and death of Christ), and Gaudi planned the building so there would be no buildings near it so that the building can be appreciated from not just from close distances.
It's also likely to be finished before (or hopefully in) 2026, the 100th anniversary of Mr. Gaudi’s death. It’s weird actually. Gaudi died when he was knocked down by a tram ...
... from the edge of the esplanade look over a large area of the city that grew in the 20th century to surround the once isolated park. I spent about 11/2 hours walking around this area and on the way out did not choose to climb the hills around the monumental zone to get to the top of the hill above the park. It was too steep and the day was starting to warm up.
Since I was on a roll and had the rest of the day to sightsee I thought it might be a good idea to walk ...
... and pitched roofs draped in stone ivy and gigantic snails. The building works continue. Portacabins have been hoisted right up to the highest points and the site office sits balanced above gothic windows surrounded by gantry walkways and projecting concrete reinforcement rods. Our feet led us past some of the most significant sites and extraordinary facades. We popped our heads into the ground floor of an office, thick stout columns supported large interior ...