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... see it completed, apparently he was collected by a tram. However the government is committed to its completion so are still working on it using his plans. It was impossible to stop finding thing to photograph but nothing compares to the real thing. We have roamed up and down las Rambla many times now and had a few beers and sangrias, most enjoyable Had some seafood paella which himself thought was OK but I really liked it. Skipped Picasso in favour for Miro today and was pleased ...
... large city, but also a very green and beautiful city. There are a lot of neatly manicured bits of greenery everywhere including Bouganvillea plants, a lot of bike paths and people out everywhere just enjoying the city on foot, on bikes and skateboards. The weather was perfect, sunny but not too hot and with a light breeze blowing. I had checked my 7D earlier and it was working in the hotel room, but the first time I tried to use it on the Bus it had quit ...
... by the Pope in 2010. Gaudi worked on the building for 43 years until he was run over by a tram in barcelona. He was buried in the church.
All of his designs were inspired by nature and their natural forms and shapes. It certainly leaves a lasting impression of unusual shapes that is unique to his work.
We spent all morning just looking around, including the workshops where the workers are still working on future work, yet to ...
I went to Barcelona to visit with my friend Rita. Rita used to go to the U of MN but now she teaches English in Barcelona! She meets me at the bus stop and takes me back to her flat. Her flat is super cute! It is the perfect Spanish flat with tall ceilings, balconies, and lots of tile. She lives with her Spanish landlord (who doesn't speak English), a German girl Stef (who is really nice), and two guys from Belgium. One guy ...
... decided to go to Prague (in early March) and visit Jordan. AND I have officially booked my spring break trip in Italy. I am so excited, especially for the food. I am going to Venice, Florence, Naples, and Rome! Maybe I'll bring back a plate of spaghetti for y'all back in the States!
Anyway, this week went by a little slow, only because we were exhausted from traveling in the beginning and then classes just seemed to drag on. I ...
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