Residencia Universitaria Sarria
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... I ate my breadless sandwiches and headed back to the plaza for the start of the walking tour.
Our fifth day in Europe started out a little more stressful than the others. We had a goal for the morning to find one of the painters we had seen the day before and buy a water color or oil painting for our house. We also wanted to make our way to the bus station early and make sure we knew when we had to get there to be at the airport in time. We began the day with macchiatos at the same coffee shop that we had gone to the day before and decided to head towards the bus station ...
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 ...
shop for a dress I crack it. It’s been 4 different times we had gone shopping
and fair to say I had enough of it. So cranky pants comes out to play I stomp my
way to the starting point of the tour and we get some food into our bellies.
Not just any food we have some delicious pastries for lunch mine filled with
ham and cheese. It picks my mood enough
for the tour and we head around the culture rich city that is Barcelona. The
So much fun today. Who knew a 7 hour bus road trip could be this enjoyable. We left the hotel at 9 am in route for Barcelona. It started as a very quiet ride. Most people were sleeping. I couldn't sleep. We were traveling thru the mountains most of the first hour. Sometimes we were above the clouds. Have to admit at times it was a bit nerve racking. Guard rails only come to your knees. When your in a bus they seem even lower. The drop offs were hundreds of feet. Maybe ...