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Had the usual 11:00am breakfast then took the underground to Park Guell. This was an urban subdivision planned by Antoni Gaudi in the early 20th century. It is named after Count Eusebius Guell who commissioned Gaudi to design a garden city on on the family estate of 20 hectares. Spent a couple of hours here then went home for lunch. ...
... contrast that with the purity of the arches in the attic.....an interesting mind! I do not, however, have a clue what he was saying......but I enjoyed it.
... ledges after that and got soul, makio and pstar down the ledge!!! Skated over the the iconic wave and tried to skate it but I needed powerblade frames because the gaps in the tiles were massive. Went for a swim in the (pretty cold!) swimming area just near the ledges. Sun was out so I dried in the sun and then met up with Steph at the Maremagnum shopping centre. We walked around La Rambla for a bit.
... glass windows. It is very beautiful, however, for me, this one seems to lack the feeling of serenity and spirituality that you can feel in some of the other cathedrals. It's not the size, the one in Seville appeared bigger - I think it's the disrespect of the loud visitors and running children, clicking cameras and tour guides speaking through microphones..... The outside of the cathedral is almost, if not more impressive than the inside. Gothic ...
... massive hangovers, and got up so late we missed the included
breakfast! Instead we headed out to Las Rambla, and hit up the shops (and put a
dint in our purses!). First stop Zara, and second stop H&M, before we all
put the reins on and decided to go see the sights. After some questionable
market food as a hangover cure, we checked out Parc Guell, Gaudi’s spectacular
and failed housing project, full of mosaics and crazy sculptures. ...