We went to visit Park Güell, along with 10 gazillion other people. I'm told the crowds are normal no matter what day of the week, but it does spoil it somewhat, especially the first parts which contain the most mosaic work, as you are unable to see it fully.. However, despite the masses it was still a fabulous place to visit.
One of the houses at the entrance was under scaffold and mesh so could only see this one.
Walked through the market place area first which has ornate tiled mosaics on the ceiling,
Then rambled along the various colonnaded pathways.
As you get further up the hill and the park you get fabulous views of Barcelona including Gaudi's most iconic project.
After navigating most of the park we then went into the city again to see two more famous buildings. The first was Casa Batlló, which also had a reasonable crowd of people stading outside.
It would have been nice to go inside, but i was hungry and didn't relish the idea of being in a queue for over an hour.
A few minutes walk up the orad was another significant building Casa Milà, again with the crowd outside and the long queue to get in.
By this stage I was starving and dying of thirst so it was off for beer and tapas, and that would be a 750ml beer!
Today was Sagrada Familia, but that can wait till the morning....and I don't know why the formatting is fukked, but i can't be arsed trying to fix it right now.