28
Jul
09

Barcelona

Our only taste of Spain was 2 days in Barcelona. We discovered some of Gaudi’s great architecture, including the fantastic Sangrada Familia. This massive, privately-funded Catholic church was designed by Antoni Gaudi and has been under construction since 1882, and is not expected to be completed until at least 2026. We spent a full day strolling through the city and dined on tapas for lunch. Check out some of the street performers – scary! That night we went to a Flamenco show where we were treated to traditional Spanish dancing as we sipped on local Sangria.

Sangrada Familia

Sangrada Familia

The streets of Barcelona

The streets of Barcelona

Street performers

Street performers

A Barcelona local!

A Barcelona local!

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