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... and she was surprised we could use flash photography. It certainly felt built for the tourists, though I know that was not Gaudi's intention.
Even so, of course we were all snap happy and trying hard to take it all in, even amidst the throngs of people. Billy suggested we stay until the exterior lights were turned on at 6:00 and what a fabulous idea that was as ten minutes before closing the organ came on...brilliant is all I can say!
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... be completed in 15 years or so. Watch for the grand opening! Gaudi's design is massive in scale and was meant to be a skosh smaller than the Vatican and a bit shorter than the highest mountain in the city. Gaudi didn't want to be presumptuous with his masterpiece. It is hard to imagine the mind that dreamed up both the new art forms and the advanced engineering necessary to conceive and build a church of this magnitude. The pillars are parabolic in shape and tapering ...
There is nothing I can say about the masterpiece of Gaudi's, the Sagrada Familia! It is truly amazing! The detail on every inch of this basilica is just phenomenal! Everything carved, sculpted, coloured, written, symbolises something, in regards to religion, ...
... amp; said he wouldn't take us & told us to catch a cab,!! While I was arguing with him & trying to get our money back Dave managed to hail a taxi. The taxi driver was fantastic, hardly spoke a word of English, but took stock of the situation pretty quickly and managed to get us to the airport in record time. Unlike the previous guy, who was a straight out pig, this guy was friendly, helpful and "busted his gut". He also managed to score a pretty good ...
... br> She was not impressed by his reply, as she thought he said it was from Italy and he therefore had completely misunderstood her Spanish. Actually I think he was asking if she was from Italy... and he followed it up with the fact that it was €35 a kilo. Hetts gave me a horrified look and walked away, thinking the chunk he had in his hand was €35 which would have been exorbitant.
Surely the stuff of entente cordiale.
Not our finest hour.
Spotting a ...