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... aswell then. Esther and Ruby stayed out a little while but Holf and I were feeling cosy so headed back to the hostel. On the way a crazy man in a giant furry animal suit crept up behind us and frightened Amy so she jumped away and screamed which made me turn around and freak out thinking some kind of huge monstrous dog had bitten Amy and let out an even worse scream only to find rows of people on La Ramblas who were eating outside laughing at us. This man was obviously ...
... my life. The other grand old churches we've seen have strived to express the awe, mystery and solemnity of God. Sagrada Familia does all this and more. Gaudi's masterpiece is full of light, life, colour and creativity! The ingenious and original construction methods make the ceiling soar. We've already made plans to come back in 2030 when it's finally finished.
It certainly won't be a chore to come back to Barcelona. We love this city.
... to the kids. Interesting chat which we put down in the education category – as the kids were not going to school.
8. Family time like never before. Initially 5 people in a small unit together 24 hours a day. We figured it out and made it work. The chats about football were never ending – who is the better player Ronaldo or Messi etc.
And the games we played were great. ...
... meat dishes for the others. It was a great place, and I wish I had heard about it sooner so I could have eaten there more than once!
We headed back down to the beach for a little bit, saw the full moon, and Gaudi’s Whale which was quite impressive. We made our way back home and got dessert of a chocolate croissant on our way. My night was spent packing and going to sleep as we had to get up for a 4am taxi to the airport for our 6am ...
... what an amazing man he was - what an artist! These are only two of his many creations. I'll let my photos do the talking.
Seeing Casa Batllo, in particular, was worth the visit to Barcelona alone. Gaudi obviously had a great reverence for nature and was influenced by the many forms of the natural world. I've bought a book about some of Gaudi's Architecture - it will inspire me when I build my earth brick home - so many wonderful ideas that can ...
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