Dances with cities

As promised, Barca pictures. Photo credits to Abby Schacter.

Some architecture in BCN

Some other, different but nearby architecture

A Gaudi house made gaudi-house museum.

The Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's cathedral to be completed in 20 years

Arc de Triomf a la Barcelona

Some medieval streets

More medieval gothic streets.

Plaza Reial

Park near the Arc de Triomf

Hill towards Park Guell. Yes we walked the entire thang. Yes we had all of our bags with us. Yes it was painful. No we will not ever do it again.

Park Guell from up top

View of the city from Park Guell (a Gaudi designed park). Notice Sagrada Familia

Some sort of official building near the port

Sun over bcn

Sangria and tomato bread.

Voila my dears. The highlights of the trip. Bastille festivities start tonight. Parade tomorrow morning and fireworks yay!




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"I think about the hands I’ve held, the places I’ve seen, that vast lands whose dirt is caked on the bottom of my shoes. The world has changed me." Amelia Earhart
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2 Responses to Dances with cities

  1. Alexandra says:

    i love tomato bread as you call it! i make that for thanksgiving erry year.

    • maryshorey says:

      well the normal, italiante populus would say bruschetta which is probably what you are thinking. but this is not toasted, crusty brushetta. This is legit just a baguette with some tomato juice and occasional small piece of tomato on it. Perhaps that is what you make for thanksgiving, and not bruschetta, but in spain they call it pan con tamate.

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