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... Back on the coach we went passed 3 examples of Gaudi's architecture, on our way to the Church of the Holy Family( Sagrada Familia ) It is still being built according to Gouda's master plan but only as money comes in from tourism -€17 per visit! Very 'gaudy'! Tonight: touring beachside with dinner (paella) then meant to look at fountains but weren't on due to the festivities in the city. Never ...
... After enjoying some Dunks... we headed to La Sagrada Familia which is a massive church in Barcelona. It is famous for never having been completed and construction is currently still going on. After seeing this massive church, we did some shopping in the gift shops as we headed to our next stop: Park GŁell. Park GŁell is a gorgeous two part park. Part of it is a normal park, full of paths and grass and nature. The ...
... our way slowly down winding through a very steep and narrow staircase. Once we got to the bottom we just sat for awhile and took it all in. We the. Went to leave and realised there was a museum to look at as well which was really interesting because it shows how the architect Gaudi went abo the process of design and how his vision came alive. He worked on this church for 40 years while he was alive and once someone asked him when it ...
... I was a little sceptical but I still ate it. It was really oily but the taste grew on me. I was still bummed about not getting to do the street art tour (it's only offered on Saturdays) so did some research online and found another free walking tour that runs daily. I sent the info to Shikha cos I knew she was interested too and we arranged to meet there the next day. I had a really lazy morning today and then at 5:30pm I met up with Shikha as planned. We waited around for ...
... car loaded up with equipment. In the port we took our first carbon dioxide, temperature, wind direction and air pressure readings. To show the effect of respiration students got the opportunity to breathe into the CO2 sensor. The readings shot up from 390ppm to 2000ppm. Given all the people we have seen running around the Mediterranean, all huffing and puffing, its no wonder we have a climate problem. Next ...