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... you could fantasise about and some of the best architecture I've ever experienced. Simply, there is no corner untouched with decoration....concrete corners are tiled with elaborate mosaics, roof tops are adorned with globe glass sun lights, balconies iron bars are woven like tapestries and my favourite...even the outside apartment block walls have their own version of ...
... on a yellow sticky note so we knew what we were doing.
So... we went to the metro and found where we needed to go. we took the metro there and got off at the last stop. when we got off, we found this little fair/carnival area that we had seen on our moped adventure. We thought for a minute that this was where we were supposed to be, but after asking numerous locals who were peddling their wares (mostly pasteries, ...
... Gretel. The unusual construction of the 2 houses at the gate of Park Guell marks the iconic works of yet another magnificent structure of Antonio Gaudi. The park allows only a certain number of visitors per 30mins for visiting the monumental area so it is recommended to buy tickets online in advance. The price for the entrance is 7 euros online and 8 euros at the entrance. The best time of the day to photograph the ginger bread houses from the top is at late ...
It was ultra modern and the strangest part was this luxury room that had two twin beds!
We flew back through Paris (see the picture of the red and purple bathrooms in Charles de Gaulle airport!)and boarded our Delta flight for Detroit. Returned to Madison sans luggage but like I've always said, it's kind of nice to lose your luggage on the way home so someone else can schlep it to the house!
Luggage is home, iPad and Kindle on the ...
... and cheery company.
We walked about afterwards. It is cold and the days are shortening quickly. The trip shortens (no pun intended) for us. We head to the metro and go home; changes made in minutes, very cool.
It is that moment: we have the Jamiesons, we have discovered BBC information on the TV, we have rustled up asparagus and Swiss cheese and a great minestrone soup. We rest our feet and take our ...