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... so we all went to the nighttime show which was the welcome aboard show.
Then we went to our rooms to turn in.
Ric: Calamari, Mango and Papaya Soup, Mesquite Chicken and Fresh Fruit with Sabayon Sauce
Nikki: Bruschetta, Mango and Papaya Soup, Linguini with Shrimp and Apple Tart Tartin
Regan: Calamari, Salad, Linguini with Shrimp and Apple Tart Tartin
Kelsie: Moroccan Eggroll, Mango and Papaya Soup, Halibut and Apple Tart ...
... I were off to navigate the metro station. Surprisingly we did not get lost and managed to find our way to our destination, Sagrada Familia, rather easily. I was proud.
Sagrada Familia is crazy cool.
Here's a quick description of it from the website:
The expiatory church of La Sagrada Família is a work on a grand scale which was begun on 19 March 1882 from a project by the diocesan architect Francisco de Paula del Villar (1828-1901). At the ...
... organic structures that also absorbed us. Balcony railings in steel that looked like flowing kelp on the side of a building with a waving sea-like line. That place showed its age but the apartment we saw had great charm.
We walked slowly away from those experiences, reeling. Living spaces that allude to nature like that are really interesting and attractive.
We walked back down to the Placa de Cataluyna and on down the Ramblas through the spivs and toughs ...
... early evening we didn't have an opportunity to enter but we circled the building taking in all of the construction in progress and stopping to appreciate the Nativity facade which was done before Gaudi's death.
You really can't visit this city without appreciating the influence Gaudi has had not only it's architecture, but also it's attraction for tourist. But of course there is more to Barcelona than these unusual building...but they are one ...
So we woke up and had our free brekkie at the hostel pondering on where we could spend our last 2 nights in Barca???we had to be out of the hostel by 11:00 so time was of the evanescence! I wrote on the Barca couch surfing forum urgently asking if anyone could put us up for the 2 nights....we didn't want to stress too much so we headed for a day at the beach/potential nights sleep! It was a lush day, 36 degrees, stayed for 4 hours and got burnt to a crisp..my legs ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility