Barcelona City Ramblas Hostal
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... From there it was a short walk to the Picasso Museum. This museum houses a large collection of Picasso's earlier works. The area around the museum is a maze of smaller streets. As we headed back to the Metro station after visiting the museum,we stopped for a quick bite of pizza before heading off to our last stop of the day, the Parc Guell. This is a group of ...
... fights with lots of jumping off beds?)
Drive day 2 - More driving. More fighting in the car. Still couldn't find car seats either, so somewhat stressful driving at high speeds with Ewan not in a booster seat. More fighting. And more. Seriously a LONG car ride. Get to our place in Barcelona which is literally right across the street from the Sagrada Familia. It really is impressive. I need to find out more about this.
The next day we promised the kids we would ...
... standard way and actually making the side entrance look as though it didn’t belong to the main fašade at all. Symmetry wasn’t of particular concern to Gaudi but one major source of inspiration was his religion, as evidenced by the brightly colored smoke stacks on the chimneys that were done in the shape of a cross.
After appraising Casa Guell we made our way to the metro and began the complicated process of wrangling a tour group of 18 through a ride ...
... Parc Guell originally was made to be an elegant housing estate with family homes with Antoni Gaudi being contracted to style the place, but the development was unsuccessful and the area was later turned into a public park for locals and tourists to enjoy.
Parc Guell also contains a small home where Gaudi personally lived which has now been turned into a museum containing some of his famous artwork.
Located nearby to ...
... next adventure! I took the 6:30 pm train to Pamplona to arrive there at 11:45 pm and I left knowing I had no place to stay. Didn't matter because I wasn't going to let anything stop me from running with the bulls! On the train I planned on sleeping but my assigned seat was next to a guy my age. What are the odds that there are over 20 empty seats in our part of the train and our assigned seats are next to each other. Life is pretty ...