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No visit to Barcelona would be complete without a visit to the amazing Sagrada Familia. We have booked tickets the night before, but have not been able to get tickets to either of the towers. We get there about midday, about 20 minutes by subway. The Sagrada Familia is an amazing sight. The cathedral has been under construction in a stop/start fashion since the 1880's. The aim is to complete it by 2026. Designed by Gaudi it is very ...
... down the
street. In the streets of Barcelona that’s pretty macho thank you very much.
Briony is a slow starter and there wasn’t any nutella and baguettes to offer
this time so I let her awake in due time. We go for a shop and a wander down La
Rambla (let me just tell you the street is HUGE. It has a big walkway in the
middle full of shops and stalls and both sides of the streets are filled with
food stores, clothes stores and souvenir shops.) After ...
... is pretty nice and convenient. The upside to the shuttle drop off was that we drove around most of Barcelona and were able to see some of the areas we want to visit.
We just hung out at the hotel after dinner and booked a bus tour for tomorrow.
... in our passports. We stopped at a gas station where we could see the mountain of Montserrat in the background and were very refreshed at how cheap Spain is. A cerveza at the gas station for 65 cents and food at similar prices to Canada. We had a driving tour of Barcelona as soon as we arrived, with stops near the Olympic stadium overlooking the city and a photo-op in front of la Sagrada Familia, which will be touched on more in the next ...
... on our own vehicle. In fact, given a choice, we almost always opt for the public option. It's good for the environment and most times our budget too!
After we bid farewell to the car we returned to center city to explore a bit and find a spot for lunch. We were staying near the Sant Station and just two block away there were several ethnic restaurants. We choice Lebanese food and were really happy with a vegetable dip platter and ...