Gaudy (an over-the-top style) or Gaudi (an over-the-top cathedral architect from which we get the descriptor)? Yes, his cathedral-in-progress is grand, but there’s so much more to Barcelona – a monastery-museum, dash of Picasso, candle shop operating from 1761, Catalan music palace, make-your-own-espadrilles workshop, a fountain show with music and lights (a revitalized leftover from the 1929 Expo), and beachfront seafood restaurants. European Travel Specialist Barbara Paulson offers tips on Barcelona’s hidden gems.