One stop found us in an open neighborhood church for a look around and a listen to some lovely recorded music.
We slept late again on the next day because we had nothing scheduled until the welcome cocktail party and dinner with Zegrahm and our fellow travelers. We learned that the trip had been undersubscribed and thus there were fewer of us “explorers” than there was staff. But true to Zegrahm’s style, the trip was not cancelled and we were provided with the usual fabulous trip and an almost private yacht for our sailing, The Ocean Adventurer (formerly the Clipper Adventurer). The Zegrahm trip started April 20 with our visit to the Sagrada Familia (Sacred Family) which was proclaimed a minor basilica in 2010. Times to see the interior of the church are assigned according to the tickets purchased—an attempt to control the number of people inside at any one time.
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