Adventures in Park Guell

8 Dec

Thursday was spent exploring Park Guell in Barcelona. The park was commissioned by Eusebi Güell and designed by Antonio Gaudi. There is a house located in the park that Gaudi lived in at one time, and it is now a museum. The park was very different and full of colorful walk ways, picnic areas, etc. Below are a few pictures from the day.

After spending the day in the park, I attended mass with Amanda for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. We attended the local Catholic church in La Garriga. The service was in Spanish, but we took our English Bible and we were able to look up all of the verses that were read during the service. It was very interesting, and I really enjoyed attending a service that was in a foreign language. Everyone was very friendly and welcoming.

We are headed to Paris tomorrow after school, and I’m so excited! Should be a good weekend:)

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