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Park Guell Take Two

After our aborted visit to Park Guell we bought tickets for a couple days later, thinking the tickets would help us avoid the long wait in line. But the night before our second visit Alex went from not feeling well to not feeling able to leave the apartment. So she backed out on returning to the park, and Tilia decided she wanted to stay with her mom. So I ended up flying solo to this outing.

To be sure it was not as fun to go to Park Guell without being able to share the experience with Alex and Tilia. But getting inside the park itself was still worth going it alone. With so much to see I could've spent all day hanging out in this park that is truly like no other.

I also added in some photos from the view of our apartment balcony, which looked north up el Carmel towards Park Guell and beyond to Mount Tibidabo.

oroboros on 1/9/2016 4:45:23 PM

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