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... thought out by Gaudi but he had no paper plans, just plastic models, some of which were destroyed in the civil war. Gaudi finished the crypt and the apse, and the front towers were almost finished when he was silly enough to be hit by a tram and killed in 1926. One of the current main architects on the project is an Australian. The external structure is an architectural Bible as every story of the New Testament is represented or told on the building and the ...
... candle for Ira there. Thinking of you Ira. Then we found the Picasso museum easily, having hunted it down yesterday when it was shut. There was a mammoth queue, but having made the effort we waited (I read my kindle and Amr had his iPhone to play with!) and it was worth the wait. Lots of amazing works done as a teenager before he became blue and cubist - makes you realize what talent he had. After a little lunch ...
... to be an elite subdivision for the Catalans who could afford a piece of property, but they only sold 2 lots and the land was converted into a park once it was donated to the city 50 years later. Spending all day in the park was an easy way to pass the time. There was plenty of good entertainment from all the buskers and when our time arrived to enter the main buildup area, there was many architectural and landscaping features to take ...
... for private transfer is that there is someone there waiting for you. I could have gotten a transfer from the hotel but I was afraid there would be other people in the van. Well I made it to terminal 2 without having a panic attack. But we had to walk a good distance to get to the statue of the big black horse where he told us to go. When we got there no one was anywhere near the statue. We tried to get some assistance from a desk that had an i for info sign and the woman got annoyed ...
... which we had to hike. No wonder it had vacancies and was
really cheap. We laughed the entire way up the mountain and it was definitely a
“is this real life” moment. The hostel- IN AND OUT- was really nice though, it
was clean and was a non for profit employing people with special needs. We also
got free breakfast and had cheap lunches which were really convenient. We slept
in a room that held 10 people so the 6 of us had 4 french room mates. After we