Towards the end of Dali's life when he was in very poor mental and physical health, he lived in the museum building, unbeknownst to visitors. I like the idea of how he might have silently moved about the building using a series of secret, voyeuristic opportunities to spy on his visitors.
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Our first day trip began with a visit to Montserrat mountain, located fifty minutes west of Barcelona. Montserrat means "serrated" in Catalan and it's easy to see why this distinctive rocky range was given this name. The highest peak of Sant Jeroni is 1,200 meters above sea level and can be seen from far away.
More photos from our trip to the Sagrada Familia.
More photos from our trip to La Pedrera (Casa Mila).
More photos from our trip to Casa Batlló.
Gaudi's creations are unlike anything else in this world, and ninety years since his death architects and engineers are still scratching their heads at their genius and standing in awe of their exquisite beauty.
When a Cure song crept out over the bar stereo, it was with great pleasure that I told my friend, "I'm taking my sweetie to see The Cure… in Barcelona!"
An extended weekend, a new camera lens, and a desire to put some relative distance between ourselves and Seattle provided all the excuse we needed to pay a long overdue trip to Victoria, and specifically the Butchart Gardens.
"The truth, of course, is that there is no journey. We are arriving and departing all at the same time." Remembering David Bowie.
Our last night in New York was spent dining at The Modern, a chic, Michelin-starred restaurant that overlooks the sculpture court at the Museum of Modern Art.