So, wrapping up Barcelona with Sherry, having toured the Gothic part of Barcelona…
The part of Barcelona where the old cathedral is. Note the Google maps dude on the right actually MAPPING the courtyard! Seriously.
…we stopped at Park Guell, designed also by Gaudi, on the way out.
One of several entrances to the park, which has paying, controlled access to the most popular section.
Truly funky architecture.
Street entertainers were everywhere, too.
The acoustics must have been very appealing.
My friend enjoying the “concert.”
Quite a few levels at a height above the old city.
I think he was going for caves, or something.
It is very detailed. We only saw this section from a distance, because we didn’t have time to wait for our paid assigned entry time.
We finished up her trip with another visit into Toulouse, and found a classic era church, quite lovely.
A church from the 19th and 20th centuries…positively modern!
The lighting inside was perfect for the windows!
I hated to see her go, but we weren’t alone for long. My high school friend Jennifer took the extra room a week later!
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