I’m sitting at my house in Austin, relaxing after a journey home that was extended to 34 hours by flight cancellations and reroutings. I enjoyed the delay because I met some great people and had some great conversations over the course of the ordeal. I also got to fly first class for the first time as a result of my flight changes! Here are some photos looking back on the last part of my trip – spent in Barcelona:
La Sagrada Familia by Gaudi. Under construction for the past 131 years.
Sagrada at night.
The Supermoon on the night of the Sant Joan festival. Spanish people gather on the beach and celebrate with fireworks until the sunrise. The fireworks are meant to give strength to the sun!
The more modern Torre Agbar
The bullfighting plaza in Barcelona
A view of the Barcelona coast from the hills to the northwest of the city.
Parc Guell flora
Capitalism in action!
Tiled ceilings and pillars
MOHO!! You’ll understand if you’re a geologist.
All you need is dynamite.
Alex on the escalator
Sheli and Alex
Disneyland, street edition. Winnie the Pooh, counting stacks.