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... gothic church!
Later we took a tour of Barcelona's famous 'modernisme' culture and architecture. Of course the most famous proponent of this is Antoni Gaudi, so we saw plenty of his buildings but also those of his contemporaries. It was interesting to hear how the modernisme movement evolved and how it differs from our own concept of modernism. In Catalonia (Barcelona) it was heavily influenced by history, but also nature. Many of the buildings incorporate natural ...
... to one of the spots we wanted to try for dinner we found out it wasn't open. So instead we walked and found a typical tapas spot that looked busy hoping it was good, we we were wrong. It defiantly wasn't our favorite meal in Barcelona. After we grabbed another drink on the rooftop at Oommm Hotel (amazing mojitos) until bed time. It was nice to have a day to be ...
... it.......wine. I must say I have become something like a wino being in Spain. The wine here is soooo good and very inexpensive, hench why i keep purchasing the bottles. Today I plan to not go anywhere. I will stay at the hotel, write in my blog, swim in the pools, lay in the sun, eat and relax. I have to snap back into reality tommow and go back to work. So today will be a good day. While on the rooftop, at the bar, with my ipad, and wine enjoying ...
... back over in 49 days I can live in hope for a fine day at
the end of July!
The crossing took about an hour and a half, and there was
plenty to do to entertain oneself, with bars, cafes and duty free shopping
galore! And then we were in Calais, and got our passports stamped in our first
European stop: France!
Several hours of driving later, we entered the magnificent city
of Paris! I have never been so excited to enter a city in my life! It ...
... so fervently and passionately as these men and women. Although I couldn't understand the language, I felt the story and it left a mark in us both. The following day we went on a tour of the border of France and the small country of Andorra. The landscape here is reminiscent of Vancouver, if you've ever had a chance to visit. We shopped and ate lunch with red wine. The guide told us of the violent history ...