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... anymore. The interior has been converted to a shopping centre so I didn't bother going in. On the outside there was a glass elevator which goes to the roof. I was almost going to brave it until I noticed the walkway between the elevator and the roof was glass/perspex and I decided I'd get a better view of the city climbing up to MNAC in the other side of the square. The Museau Nacional d'Art is on the other side of the square, but first there are a series of steps ...
... yelling "get on the bus!" with violent hand gestures and no explanation, so we fled from the ticket area and hopped straight on a public bus where we could purchase them on board, saying a quick goodbye to Micheal and waving at Tom from the bus. The trip was 45 minutes and we spent the entire time trying not to fall asleep, with me having more success than Issy. Compared to Rome our Split Airport experience was incredibly easy, with the only issue being the 40 minute ...
... buildings and sculptures during our cruise tours, it was strange to see relatively recent artwork!! We wandered back to Casa Batlo again so that Peter could take some photos ( his camera battery died yesterday). Shops in Spain are closed on Sundays. This didn't seem to stop lots of people going out to wander or a have a quiet meal. We wandered back to Mare Magnum which was alive with locals, tourists and hawkers! There's something great about extended daylight hours in the ...
... Conclusion is, Gaudi sure was one strange fellow. This afternoon we hired bikes and rode through the city park down to the harboourside. Riding along the waters edge and stopping for beer and sangria, we reflected that at the same time last week Paul was riding home from work in the rain. Tomorrow we are off to Munich and looks like the winter clothes will be pulled out, no more Spanish sunshine for ...
... bus that took us the rest of the short distance to the plane (stairs up directly from the tarmac). I had a very nice front row window seat—I paid extra to have an empty seat next to me because I hate to feel like I’m crowding someone. These seats were surprisingly roomy though so I probably didn’t need to do that! I took a few pictures of the clouds (did you know you have to also turn your digital camera off during take-off and landing?!) and then barely ...