Hola is Spanish for hello. We arrived in Barcelona, the second biggest city in Spain, the other
day. The first day was very wet and it reminded me of a rhyme my mother would say to me
– “the rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain”. Lucky for us the sun has come out. Barcelona is a very interesting place filled with very unusual buildings. Antonio Gaudi, a very famous artist and architect designed and built many beautiful buildings in an Art Deco style.
The most famous building in Spain is a cathedral that Gaudi started building in 1882 and
it is still not finished ! Here is a picture of the inside. I hope you can see the pics I have put up
, I have been having a bit of a problem attaching pictures but I have lot to show you when I
Hello to everyone from Paris France .Paris is a beautiful city with lots of history and beautiful art works. I am having a lovely time even though it is little bit chilly. Life here is very different to Melbourne, the cars drive on the other side of the road, there are lots of motorbikes and there does not seem to be too many road rules- you have to be very careful crossing the road. I visited this very famous monument today. It is called The Arc de Triomphe and it was built in 1836. Napoleon was the Emperor and had it built to celebrate his victory in battles.
Did you know there is another Paris ,not in France?
Who can tell me where there is another Paris?
We have spent a lot of time walking in Paris and to get to places you need to cross lots of bridges. The river that runs through Paris is called the Seine. The buildings are quite different to those in Blackburn, some even look like castles!
what is different in the shape of the building?
We went to a beautiful church today St Chapelle which was built in the 12th century. It has these amazing stained glass windows. The windows tell the stories from the Bible. They used them for people who could not read. The first window tells the creation story.
Today is our last day in Paris, we are off to Spain today. Hope you are having a lovely time with Mrs Killkenny.