Shall we leave Gaudi for a few days? Still in Barcelona of course, can you guess where this is? I can tell you it’s an upscale building, and the acoustics are sublime. Becky is looking both up, and down, today.
It’s an extraordinary space, like all of Gaudi’s designs. The light was beautiful up on the roof, as you saw yesterday. And how strange to have a power station on the horizon. I’m a day late with my Skyline but hopefully Debbie will forgive me. Meanwhile I’m Dreaming of Buttercups.
Ending my visit to Parc Guell with this verdant scene. I carried on up the hill to the Tibidabo Amusement Park that day, mostly for the tram ride and the views. So much more to Barcelona than you might expect. And blue sky for Becky.
Today, Becky’s post features upholstery. If you were going to sit on Gaudi’s benches for a long time you might need a cushion, but you’d be surrounded by beauty. Trying not to crack up, because All Broken Up, my yesterday’s square, was relegated to last week! An unplanned disruption.
Truly I think that description belongs to La Sagrada Familia, but Gaudi’s genius is displayed all over Barcelona. Parc Guell is one of my favourites. Well worth Six Words! Wishing you a happy Saturday!