A Canadian expat that has been living abroad in Asia since 2003, Carrie moved from China to Taiwan in 2006 to teach English as a Second Language. Today, she and her husband are co-owners of Reach To Teach Recruiting . Carrie also works as a freelance travel writer and photographer, providing regular content to several publishing companies and travel publications in Asia and North America. Follow Carrie on Google+ or on Twitter @globetrotteri.

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8 responses to “Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain”

  1. Jessica

    By far one of my favorite places I ever visited!

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  3. Arianwen

    I love it! It’s so unique. I’ve never made it to Barcelona, but I’m sure I will one day when I’m back in Europe. This will be my first port of call :)

  4. Julie K.

    Gaudi´s work is absolutely unique and timeless! All the sculptures and oddities and the sheer scope of this place, this masterpiece made my jaw drop to the floor. At the entrance we almost gave up, the lines moved so slow, but after getting inside we were glad we didn´t. It was definitely worth our almost two hour wait! Always makes me sad though to think about Gaudi´s tragic end..all alone, living almost like a beggar and finally ran over by a tram..

  5. Barbara

    What a spectacular sight to see! We have yet to make to Barcelona, Spain but when we do this will definitely be the first stop on our list. Sorry to hear about your camera lens but so glad you had a back up point and shoot with you!

  6. Wesley

    I been here last year and i really love the Sagrada Familia.

  7. Escapist

    It will take a while until they finish it…
    Hey, I went up there and I even got lost in the towers. Coming down was the hardest thing!

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