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... rocky ground and interesting land formations showing signs of significant ground movement. Scattered through the landscape were some small, compact villages, not all looking well maintained. A few big wind farms, lots of electricity poles. Not a lot of animals, just a few sheep, cattle and horses. Towards Seville there were lots of oranges trees.
The train gave a reasonably comfortable ride and reached speeds of 300 ...
Antoni Gaudi began construction of Sagrada Familia in 1883 and worked on it until his death in 1926. Construction of the cathedral continues today and is expected to be complete in 2026, the one-hundredth anniversary of Gaudi's death. Our efforts to make it to the cathedral at our appointed time, despite our lack of sleep, did not disappoint; the pictures we took do not begin to do justice.
Lunch was at ...
... so you know what you are looking at & to get off at the right stop. Loved seeing all the architecture here. Every building is interesting & looks like it would have taken years to build. Saw the la Sagrada familia. It's Barcelona's most flamboyant church- Gothic style. Started being built in 1882 & still going. Expected to ...
... stark, tense, painful and powerful. The third (main entrance) will depict the resurrection ( yet to be done). No doubt it will be more typical Gaudi - grand, curvy and colourful. Back on the bus - next stop Montjuic (the local hill where the Olympic stadium is) for great city views. We then drove to Montserrat (serrated mountain) an hour away. From earliest times it was associated with fertility, then from the 10th century was inhabited by hermit-gurus who ...
... Font Mágica (Magic Fountains) but I had never really wandered around the mountain itself. MaryAnn, Holly and I started our day by hiking the zillion stairs from the Font Magica to the Museu Nacional d'Art de Cataluyna (an incredible art museum that is still on my Barcelona Bucket List). We stopped to snack on fresh fruit, gaze at the incredible views, and let the sun warm our faces. It was blissful! We carried on until we came ...