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... We went kind of of backwards but we managed! We went on a 4 hour city tour which included the sights Passeig de Gracia, the Columbus monument, Olympic Park, Monjuic Hill (site of 1929 World Exposition), Casa Mila and Casa Batlo, Sagrada La Familia (exterior only), and Mirror Alcalde for excellent vistas of the city. We were able to go inside the Cathedral of Barcelona ( St. Eulalia's) and up to the Bell Tower. We traveled along the famous Diagonal Avenue). Beautiful ...
... changed immediately to dry, scrabbly stone and distinctive drought-resistant vegetation. It was a revelation to discover orderly traffic, a clean calm city and a happy GPS. Feeling very clever, we glided into the secure carpark and reversed in to the wall so that our boot full of loot couldn't be raided. Problemo - wrong carpark - this one costs 30 Euros a day, not 37 for 3. We looked at each other and nodded in unison - we're not moving!! Robert booked a 7-room ...
... We took to the metro with two changes to get to the Fundació Joan Miró up on the hill. Metro to Parall.el, wandering around getting our orientation, we got assistance from a helpful local and took the furnicular up to Montjuic and walked to the Miro institution. Great location, fabulous architecture. We weren't allowed to take photos inside. Neither of us understood Joan Miro after visiting any more than we had before. ...
... greeted by a small iron door next to a shop with no signs and no way of getting in. Only a faded sticker with Hostels.com and a buzzer below indicated that this may be the place we wanted.
Dinner was delicious, a mixed paella which went down really well (and fortunately has stayed down) with a creme brulee for pudding. Sleeping on the other hand was not as comfortable; the room has no air conditining and only a small fan to pump warm air round the ...
... up with costumes and body paint. We watched as they then posed themselves and stood
motionless until you put a coin in their bucket and then they spring to
life!! We met up at the bottom of Las Ramblas, just in time to catch a cab back to the ship.
Back on board, and we were faced with a dilemma -- at least I was! Jan was ambivalent, but my favorite food (lobster) was being served in the dining room that night. And ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAgua Alegre Barcelona
Sehr zentral gelegen, etwas alt aber nett gemacht. Jederzeit wieder... :-)
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