MH Apartments S. Familia
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... have been to so many basilicas, churches and cathedrals, but without a doubt, the Sagrada Familia was the absolute best one!
We then made our way into town to meet a tour guide, who my parents booked for us so we could see more of Gaudí's creations. The first stop was to Park Güell. Originally planned for a housing site, this area is now a public park. I felt like I was in a fairy tale world! There were caves, cool shaped buildings, a house that was ...
... The bus stopped at the railway station and again most people got off, but this time they didn't come back and the bags went off as well, so did we. We were here to catch a train to Barcelona at 3.10pm. The communication stepped up now we were on the Spanish train system, Renfe. The onboard staff were very obliging. The station appeared quite big and we played followed the leader, which is easy to do in Europe because everybody else wants to be first. Craig wondered ...
... like they all are on the streets at the same time. We rented a flat from a private party on one of the websites. The apartment is ideally located on Rambala de Catalunya about two blocks from Catalunya Plaza and one block from Gracia Pl. We were early so hauled our luggage to the street cafe, ordered a mediocre Paella and waited for an hour.
Our flat is on the sixth floor of one of the thousands of ...
... just different.
Dinner was nice, very noisy but we hope that is because there are a lot of excited people. Our waiter was a funny little man named Dolly..... His smile is as big as the Grand Canyon and his giggle was infectious.
700 Australians on board, 2100 people in total and there are heaps of Americans. They are an interesting lot...... Some are larger than Texas and it is hard to know if you saw them or heard them ...
... to a hotel that was right in the city center. Then we took the metro to La Sagrada Familia which was beautiful. We tried to look for more gaudi buildings but it was too dark to find them. We walked around the city for a bit and stopped for some churros and hot chocolate, a Spanish delicacy. Then we found out that the restaurant in our hotel got great reviews so we ate there for dinner. The next morning we had breakfast and headed to the train station. We are now on our way to ...