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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 …
... my Spanish tour is Barcelona, which is kind of silly because it’s now the third time I’ve been there. A confluence of factors led to my shortly awaited return to Barcelona: its natural beauty and vivacity as a city, a cheap flight from Berlin, but mostly because I wanted to visit my Grandma’s childhood friend Mercedes and her husband Pedro, who live in nearby Sitges (and basically I just tricked Weston and Kate into coming with me). ...
... miles from the centre and inaccessible by bike. However,there’s a ruin just up the track so after parking up we head through clouds of midges and past an odd cluster of discarded springs and brackets to check it out. At first it looks impregnable with huge graffitied wrought iron gates and a high stone wall, but access is granted through a giant hole around the corner. Once we clamber over the massive ants and through the hole, we enjoy freely exploring the ...