Ibis Budget Barcelona Sant Andreu de La Barca
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... of the crucifixion is that Jesus is naked. Our guide informed us that this is because it is not currently a cathedral under the Catholic Church. Once it is completed, it will be presented to the Pope and if it is deemed a cathedral, the Catholic Church can require that the nudity be covered. Above all of this is a gold statue of Jesus that represents his ascension to Heaven. The church is still under construction and is not scheduled to be completed ...
... Casa Martelo near the hotel. Jim had spaghetti and I had leek soup with two ham and cheese croquettes...good and filling. We had purchased tickets online for the Sagrada Familia tour. This is a must as they only permit so many to enter per hour. We paid the extra fee for headsets but agreed it wasn't necessary as we could read explanations at various points. It was also helpful to have had the outside tour yesterday with the history of ...
... get a photo of the palace. as I was going up I decided it would be a cool photo of the fountain looking down. Silly me turned my back on the end of the escalator and suddenly found myself falling . Was not hurt except for a slightly bumped elbow. Felt like a real ninny . we bought an ice realm , found some chairs and sat and watched several brackets of the the water show. It was very relaxing listening to the music and watching the water rise and lower. I really liked the cloud look they created ...
... Mancha" is one of my all time favourite books, I will quote the tribute to the city by Don Quixote from the book, which are obviously Cervantes feelings for Barcelona all those years ago. "Treasure house of courtesy, haven of strangers, asylum of the poor, home of the valiant, champion of the wronged, pleasant exchange of firm friendships, unrivalled in site and beauty! Though certain adventures that befell me in this city could well be lamented, I ...
We have plane reservations to fly to Phoenix on Nov. 23, and we arrive about 8:30 pm. Tom is picking us up at the airport and we'll be staying at his house when we return. Since Thanksgiving is Nov. 27, we'll be home in plenty of time to eat turkey with everyone. After Thanksgiving, we plan to stay with Dad for a week in Prescott. We'll be seeing all of you soon.