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We might not have gone inside anyway because to be honest it was just too nice being outdoors.
A circular walk back to the car park was possible so we went down the somewhat steeper route that also gave good views of the river. I suspect that the way we walked, counter-clockwise, is probably the easiest and most enjoyable way to get to the church.
Out of the sun and heading south, we talked about getting a late lunch ...
... buildings and people but the mixture of contemporary, renaissance, and its own unique Spanish flavor in the building style, give the city an identity all its own.
Antoni Gaudí is a large influence throughout the city, with a style not matched by anyone else. Ever. There is no comparison or precedent for his work anywhere else in the world. With an influence from the structures of nature and organic forms, his work ...
... meet with Tony, Andy & Laura. They found us easily enough and after admiring a number of human pyramids which is the Falcons speciality we made our way to tranquil Placa de Sant Just which despite being very close to the hustle and bustle of tourist Barcelona and a handsome square in its own right always manages to feel a little more peaceful than all of its surroundings. We secured an outside table at Bliss café and ordered a selection of cakes and light ...
I thought I'd change tact a little with this blog and rather than a chronology, tackle it in 3 unique parts.
As you know we are making this trip up as we go and so we book accommodation on the fly, mostly using AirBnb, which has been good. So in Bordeaux, we requested a booking in Barcelona but hadn't heard anything before we had to jump on the train to head there. No big deal, plenty of time, after all its a 7hr journey. You already know what's coming don't you! We arrive ...
... by Cypress seeds, leaves, bee hives, twigs, etc, to point a few. I immediately liked him a lot more. He wasn't just some crazy odd architect who made some crazy masterpieces. He was a nature lover. :)
Anyway, after La Sagrada Familia, our plan was to follow the trail of other works by Gaudi. Casa Batllo and La Pedera were both very unique buildings. We unfortunately didn't enter those as there were also long queues. So ...