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Eliot Prufrock

Yes, Gaudi is interesting, but I prefer old bricks, meandering alleys, places that reek of history, such as Preservation Hall.



Oh, yes, of course you do, you musician you--but

"Reeks of history" made me laugh evoking as it does
"The yellow fog that rubs its back upon the window-panes,/
The yellow smoke that rubs its muzzle on the window-panes "

Anybody got a cigarette?


Carol, I have not seen Santiago Calatrava's bridges;only stayed for some days and they were intense. Gaudi to me was an astonishing surprise. Helm, you, too, would change your mind if you saw his creations. Park Guell, thought of as a city-garden, accomplished only for 30%, has paths walkways, samll fairy tale houses and a gorgeous vegetation. I wouldn't live there, but worth seeing, this is usre.

sure, that is:-)


Whew! Hoped you didn't mean ruse.

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