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Ons hotel, aanbevolen door buurvrouw Lenie bevalt prima.
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Our final day in Barcelona was another great day. Our first stop was to be the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia, otherwise known as Barcelona Cathedral, so we decided to grab breakfast nearby the cathedral. After getting off the metro that morning, we found a cafe with outdoor seating in the middle of a beautiful neighborhood square. …
This day--June 4, 2014--was the best day of my life, hands down. Our first stop of the day was to visit Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, the famous Roman Catholic church designed by Gaudi. Our tickets allowed us entry at 9:30 a.m. so we planned to find breakfast near the church. Our hotel was close enough to la Sagrada Familia that we were able to …
Barcelona was the final stop on our European adventure. We had booked tickets on the SNCF high-speed train leaving Paris at 7:15 a.m., so we were up early that morning to make our way to the station. The train left from Gare du Lyon in Paris, and this station was SO much nicer than Gare du Nord (where we had arrived in Paris). We had breakfast at …
... sure if our trip out could have gone any rougher. I could not find my boarding pass in the morning so I was taking everything out of my bag to look. Then Evan’s nose starting bleeding, and we went to the wrong terminal. We were already cutting it close to boarding time, so I paid 15 euro to print a new boarding pass, Evan went to clean up his nose, and then we all ran through security and to our ...
... all walking the gallery and knowing I was there, holding my hand with my husband exploring the art of Europe.
After a few hours at the Picasso museum Daniel was ready to see history. And we found it. As we walked around investigating we found the MUI-IBA, Museu D’Historia De Barcelona,
Inside which contained an archeological dig that reveals ancient roman ruins going back as far as the 1st century housed ...