We were only in Barcellona for a day because the BYU travel agent booked our flight to Madrid a day early. I loved Barcellona because of all the Gaudi architecture! We got to see more than the group because we got seperated, yes...AGAIN. After the group went to see the Cathedral Sacred Family, we were told to get on the metro and get out at the Diagonal stop. I was with 9 others and we did that. At the top of the exit we realized we took a different exit out to the street than the others, and no one noticed that a third of the group was missing. oh goodness. No one loves us. Actually, we decided everyone thought we snuck away. We all wanted to see the rest of the Gaudi stuff, so found it on our own. Natalie even taught us all about it from her souvenir book and we tooks notes, just to impress MJ. Gaudi's apartments were crazy. One of them looked like it belonged in fantasy land at Disneyland. We weren't sure if the rest of the group was gonna go to the Gaudi museum, so we decided to go check it out. The museum was closed, but it was in the Gaudi Park, which was absolutely amazing, and probably one of my favorite parts of the whole trip! A really rich guy hired Gaudi to make a park for the community. For those ANTM viewers (america's next top model, for those not up on the slang), we saw the walkway where they filmed the final show a few seasons ago where the girls were dressed as scary brides. Of course we took lots of pictures!