Sunday, January 18, 2009

Part 7: Barcelona


Barcelona is full of amazing architecture. Most of the work done is here is by the architect Guadi. He was so amazing. We went to this public park that has his work all over it. His house is in the middle of the park. The big cathedral here is still not complete and they started it in the 1800's. It's so ornate.


This is the main entrance to the park. Eva slept almost the entire time we were there.






This was Guadi's house and is now a museum of some of his work.







9 comments:

Lance&Nance said...

This trip looks so amazing! I am glad you guys had fun. Someday Nancy and I will make it to those places...

I love all the pictures. You and Hans look great.

Anne and Joe said...

Hans and Linds,

Great stuff!! Wish we were there!

Oma and Opa

Jason said...

I've got almost those exact same pictures from my visit there. Isn't that park cool? Did you see the big banner that someone posted outside their balcony facing the park that reads, "If it's called tourist season, why can't we shoot them?"? I am glad you guys had fun.

chelsey said...

What great pictures! It was fun to see some of the pictures of Rome. I've been to all those places. I wish I could've seen the rest! I love the camel pic with juts Hans. That's a classic. I heard the kids got sick though. Sorry about that! What a great trip and fun memories. Thanks for sharing your fun!

Jess and Jen said...

Are you sure Eva's not dead in that first picture?! Glad you guys had a good trip. -Jess

Chris said...

I'm so glad you posted these - they are beautiful photos and it reminds us that the world is truly beautiful. It sounds like you had a great trip.
Thanks for sharing and making all of us jealous.
Mom

Jess and Jen said...

Wow! What a packed trip! Looks like you guys got to see some pretty cool places! --Jen

Chris said...

Remember that Barcelona in the long race station for homing pigeons from Holland and Belgium. If you win that race you have a fifty thousand dollar pigeon on sale, and a new car, plus a substantial amount of prize money.

I think one of Brad Wilkinson's boys went there on a mission, too.

Great pictures.

Dad Clark

Team Clark said...

Holy cow, Lindsey - what an amazing trip! And I'm so glad you got to all go together!
Amy