Melia Barcelona Sky
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... at about 7.30pm so we were able to get a photo as it is daylight till about 9.00pm. Today we arrive in Lisbon we are one hour behind schedule as we left 2 hours late from Barcelona and has not been able to catch up due to the currents. The weather has changed today it is cool and windy, with rough seas since we are in the Atlantic Ocean,it was smooth going through the Mediterranean ...
... surprisingly understanding but we promised to go to another amusement park ASAP.
Drive day 1- Pretty OK. The french countryside was beautiful and we ended up making it to some small village in the mountains and stayed at a little inn. We had a lovely meal with an incredible bottle of wine. Would love to go back one day. It seems like a beautiful hiking area.
(We did get "SSHHHHHED" in our hotel room a couple of times. I don't think the french appreciate loud ...
We started our day with churros followed by a juice from the markets. Then we caught the train to see the Gaudi cathedral. Its been being built for over 400 years. You can see how the different sections of the Cathedral have been built in different decades because the style has changed. I wonder when it will be finished. Then we caught the train to the mosaic gardens, also a work by Gaudi. The main bit around the middle ...
... the best church ever!
We then caught the Metro back to the apartment and had lunch and a rest before heading out for the evening.
After a nap we headed out on a mission for churros. Mum had found a place near the cathedral that made fresh churros so we headed in search. We found this little shop and they had hot and fresh churros which were just yum. They were so good we had to buy two lots.
After that little snack we looked at the ...
... developed a unique architectural style based mostly on his amazing imagination. Using flowing curves, broken ceramic tiles, sculptured stone and intricate modern woodwork this is a residence reconstructed in 1904 based on his love of sea and nature. His unique style defies classification but is a form of Modernism. Pictures speak louder than words for any of his buildings.
The Casa Mila is only two ...