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... by the amazing stained glass windows. There were blue, green, gold and red windows refracting lots of different coloured light into the Basilica. We also saw the Passion Facade, showing the passing of Christ. Ben saw Jesus on the cross and Jon saw Jesus on a column. Then it was time to take a lift up the Nativity Tower. When we got to the top, we saw beautiful views of Barcelona and got to take a closer look at the Nativity Facade and see the inside of the Basilica from ...
... complete and Gaudi died in 1926 - since then architects have been working on it continuously and although Barcelona hopes it may be finished it 2026 - it is highly unlikely. Once finished if everything goes to plan it will be the largest church in the world. Our guide slipped in when describing the relief on the front that part represented the four apostles - John, Paul, George and Ringo. Was funny but not many picked up what he had said. Then ...
... and although the traffic is manic, I never felt under threat. Bikes really do belong in this place. I passed through one of many parks that abound and they don't just do a park, they make every one an event in itself placing unique (and sometimes strange) art installations but still providing space for more general activities. I stopped and watch a group of eight or so elderly men actively engaged in a game of bocce (or the local equivalent). Although seeming relaxed, I could get ...
... it. After all, what is a lunch in Spain without the vino (the locals even have it for breakfast). After lunch we climbed a little further before starting our steep descent down hundreds and hundreds of uneven steps and uneven terrain. It was hot and sweaty work but worth the effort as the views were spectacular. Once we were back in Montserrat, after a cool drink (which was much deserved), Zaida took ...
... and structures. The views from the many vantage points towards the top of the park are spectacular. Have a look at the photos. On the way back Pete & I picked up some more clothes at Zara before going home. Warren was out with Linda taking the Picasso Museum and a couple of tapas and chocolate tours. Later in ...