In February, we had another CEA day trip and this time it was to the surrealist artist, Salvador Dalí’s town of Figueres. Figueres is north of Barcelona and has a large collection of Dalí’s work. We headed off bright and early at 9:00am to have an early start. We got to Figueres at about 11am. The guides gave us an overview of the museum and the town right before getting off the bus. We entered the museum and had a detailed tour of Dalí’s art and also had some paintings explained to us! After our tour, we were given free time to check out the rest of the museum on our own, walk around the town and to have lunch. After lunch, we were off to Girona. We had our tour split in two, so we can have a personalized tour of the city and ask the guides any questions that might come up. We saw on a bridge the same tiles that are in the Ramblas in Barcelona, how neat! After crossing the bridge, we strolled along to the gardens of the Cathedral and saw an marvelous view of the city. Girona is an enchanting medieval city.
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