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When we got back to the square it was lunch time and we headed for the big department store to find something to eat... The restaurant was on the 9th floor and with it came a fantastic view over the City.
After lunch we headed over and registered for the Tour to Montserrat, which is a Basilica perched high up on a mountain top. We hopped on the bus and were off and it didn't take long to get out into the countryside and ...
... we enter this church and are immediately wowed by the interior. When you walk around, one is struck by the sheer size of this church. It measures 300 ft long x 200 ft wide and can accommodate 8000 worshippers. The columns that hold up the roof are 72 ft tall. The light streaming in through the stained glass is not blinding but light enough to enjoy the spectrum of colours. The glory facade has bronze doors ...
... We travelled up to the top on an external glass elevator which gave wonderful views over the city. The top storey is all bars and restaurants and we enjoyed a drink there. Little did we know that we were soon to find one of the highlights of our trip. As we walked through the square we realised that something was on up at the museum ahead of us. We followed the crowd to view the most spectacular fountain and light ...
... not been open and I have a strong feeling it will be today so we headed there to get home measured up. On the way there we passed a toy shop and craig insisted on popping in to see if they have a toy broom. Alfred has become obsessed with the kitchen broom and plays with it everyday thinking his all that. But it's dirty and I need to use it which is pretty frustrating when he is hanging off it! Surprisingly he found one and we added it to the push chair ...
... to see the sights any other way in a short time. And none of the sights should be missed even just from the bus. Having completed the orange route we got off to change to the green route but wanted lunch first, so walked for awhile as we were in a posh shopping area which means high restaurant prices. We found a reasonable tapas restaurant with outside seating and had lunch for 36 euro including drinks - not Sangria which we noticed most people were drinking. On our way to get ...
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