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After a solid night sleep, I woke up at 8:30 am. I quickly changed and headed out the door straight to the beach walk. I caught the tail end of the sunrise and it was beautiful. Afterwards, I walked down the beach walk a little bit before heading to the Metro. Once at the station, I purchased a day pass for €7.60 and it gave me access to all Barcelona transit for the day. I then hopped on the Metro to my first destination: Sagrada Familia.
Once I got out ...
This morning we planned to go get coffee at this cafe that was recommended. It is run by Aussies and has real breakfast. Avo on toast, eggs benny, scrambled eggs etc. The place was called federal and was only a 10minute walk away. The food was amazing. I had avo on toast with a poached egg and it was real toast!! David had a good morning burger which also looked very nice. We got chatting to some girls next to us that also were traveling with ...
... a trail you can walk between three Cistercian monasteries in the area.
Its short name in Catalan is Monestir de Poblet; its long name in English, the Royal Monastery of Saint Mary of Poblet. Built in the 12th c by Cistercian monks, it became the most important monastery to the houses of Barcelona, Aragon and Castile. In time it became a military complex and finally a royal residence. It is an excellent example of one of the rules of St Benedict:
We slept in a bit and the morning routine was the same, we didn't get going until after midday largely because we were updating the blog. The day was fine and warm. We had already decided that we'd go to Plaza Espanya. It was one of three or four places on our short list to go back to after the Hop On Hop Off and one of two left. We crossed the beaches off as we'd seen some of them last night. We wanted to see the buildings around the ...
... organ, paintings, grand staircase, stained glass, timber and wrought iron features etc.
The building also had a very advanced storm water drainage management features. The building had five above ground levels, along with a very opulent stable below ground level. In addition, the building had a roof top patio area, all contoured and paved for drainage, as well as with Gaudi's fairly standard and unique ornaments atop, including a central ...