I’m not quite sure where to start so we’ll go for the beginning. The plan was simple, head out to the Sagradia Familia, then catch the metro up to Parc Gruell for a relaxing walk around. It was the plan anyhow.
So I set off to the Sagradia Familia, a pleasant walk of about 5-10 minutes. It is impresive, though you do need a wide angle lens to take photos of it from any angle as it is hemmed in by buildings/parks and road works. The front and rear are the most impressive, with those famous ‘molten concrete’ pillars, towers and butresses, the sides are more traditionally gothic. went to look to get in side, to have a wonder up to the top for the view, plus to find the crypy with all it’s famous photographic gems. The queue started outside the front and wound round all the way to the back – which with the speed of the queue must have been at least a 2 hour wait !!! – I reckon if I am to get inside I’ll either have to get there very early, else not long before closing. Perhaps I might try tonight. Continue reading