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... put on a show! The next day was the actual holiday, and thankfully the sun finally came out. We spent a wonderful afternoon just relaxing, walking the beach, searching for shells ( well one of us) followed by a great lunch on the gauntlet. (inside joke) So we thought that was the end of all that would be Santa Telca, so we were surprised to know that the craziness would have an even bigger encore. Yes it all happens again! Tonight we joined the festivities by following ...
... by tall buildings, we made our way to the center of the center where there was an amazing cathedral with many outdoor entertainment groups. One that particularly enjoyed was Barnakustica, a three person ensemble apparently from Switzerland. They played various string instruments and a little piano accordion thing. Anyway, we sat down in this corridor to listen to them for a while and gaze up at the outside ...
... know if we were in a semi - nudist beach or if that's just how the Spaniards do it, but we were sorta taken aback. Furthermore, Bee and I were fully dressed in dresses and jeans, so we sorta stood out. My experience with Spain was alright. I'm a bit disappointed that we decided to take night buses to Spain and explore the "hardcore" way, because I don't think I enjoyed it as much as I could have. The food was absolutely delicious, and the sangria was fruity and quenched our ...
Equipped, we had a Spanish breakfast and went into the street for coffee and orange juice. From here we walked purposefully down to the basilica, to be early. There was no line to speak of and we were admitted. As I have written, this place has been in my mind since 1976, my first visit. I didn't go in last time, I don't remember why. So this felt like completing something. This place is a work in progress, incomplete. It is still ...
... museum. It was impressive to see what still has to be build. They have not yet reached the highest point, but at least there working on it round the clock ;) After the Sagrada we went back to the hotel again, picked up our stuff and took the metro to the two houses Gaudi built. Casa Batillo, really nice! And Casa Mila. They were way to expensive to enter, but still great to see from the outside! After a nice dinner we enjoyed a calm evening in the hotel. Up for a new ...