Barcelona ~ Familia Sagrada-1

Lunes Sagrada (4/21/2013)
Holy Monday – one of the few work days in Mexico … but not in Spain.

A highly observant reader noted that recent Yucalandia posts & articles appear to have slipped into some schmaltzy personal vacation foto blog.
(see previous post)

If however, we read Yucalandia’s chief editor’s insights in the previous comments, we find that travel to other   beautiful,   exotic, and  enriching   locations,   during the  official  Mexican vacation times,   can be essential parts of   Living in Mexico   and   Surviving Yucatán ‘s   April heat.

Today’s actividad principal was a visit to Gaudi’s Cathedral Sagrada Familia …

Meeting our brother-in-law (cuñado) and his wife (concuña) on the Metro - can you tell which guy came all the way from Yucatan ?

Meeting our brother-in-law (cuñado) and his wife (concuña) on the Metro – Can you tell which guy came all the way from Yucatan ?

Catedral Sagrada Familia still stands ....   and the construction continues  (for another 100 years, give or take a few) ...

Catedral Sagrada Familia still stands …. and the construction continues (for another 100 years, give or take a few) …

people still stand in lines ...    unaware of some of the world's finest 3-D dramas  pass by  (overhead).

people still stand in lines … unaware of some of the world’s finest 3-D dramas pass by (overhead).

 

until …

If interested,  part of the Familia Sagrada day’s top fotos can be seen at:
Barçelona – Familia Sagrada 1

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© Steven M. Fry

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One Response to Barcelona ~ Familia Sagrada-1

  1. Dave in Ont says:

    Hey Steve….I, for one, have enjoyed looking at your photos from Spain. Especially the “pretty girl” pics that always seem to be of the same gal…!!!

    It’s your website and you are entitled to post anything you feel might be of interest to others. Whether the topic is “Yucatan” or not doesn’t matter to me.

    I treat your site as a source of information that gets me thinking and then leads me to doing more research. (Like researching the possibility of us going to Europe this summer)

    Keep up the good work.

    Dave

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