Hostal Quartier Gothic
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... the bus but at least it is not as bad as the one at Placa de Catalunya. We only have to wait for 3 buses to get on for our next stop which is Park Guell.
We get off at the Park Guell stop but unlike the Sagrada Familia, the park is not right there. We have to walk to it all up hill for several blocks. I think it will never end and I find a bench half way up the hill to rest. We pass several of the street performers who pretend to be statues. ...
... undid Ric************ pocket and whipped out his wallet, it took a second and he was gone. Bummer - at least we still had our tickets for the game. A few frantic phone calls to sort out a new room key, they kindly brought it out to us and cancel the cards then on to the stadium. Remember next time - only take the cash you need - leave the other cards and your driving licence at the apartment! I had about 20€ ...
... space. Many streets have a wide park-like center area with outdoor cafe seating. We will see more tomorrow on our Hop-On, Hop-Off tour of the entire city. We passed the Arenas de Barcelona, a beautiful stadium built for bull fighting. Since bull fighting is now illegal in this region of Spain, it is a shopping mall.
The highlight today was our tour of the Basilica ...
... wasn't nice today it was over cast and a little cold. So we decided to go up out looking for some Easter fun! We thought the best place to find something Eastery was a church and the most likely church open would be a touristy church, this meant going straight into grockle carnage to the gothic area to look at the gothic cathedral. After a short metro (aka tube) ride of Alfred trying to get the attention of ...
... Jamon store. Oh well…strike two. So…we walked up La Ramblas and found another Amorino Gelateria and had theirs. I’m telling you….you will LOVE IT! Check to see in your area if they’re there yet.
Along the way, we ran into a lovely couple we met on the cruise (who also happened to be sitting just behind us on our flight to Amsterdam) and chatted for a bit. They head ...