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Grrrrrr...... Not the case, it is still incredibly busy but there is some hope. We were able to buy tickets at 5.15pm for 7.00pm entry. OK, we'll take them.....
We found a little bar close by and enjoyed olives, pancetta, cheese, bread and croquette with wine/beer until it was time to rejoin the queue to get into this church!
At 6.30pm we joined the queue for the last session of the day and were surprised to gain access by ...
... that could contain the odd the flaw. Let us assume no such flaw could possibly exist. The Spanish are therefore a nation obsessed by perfume. Coupled with an analysis of the menus of various tapas bars, restaurants and establishments where foods are served, they are a nation fixated on ham. Everywhere I look there are perfume ads or people eating jamon in a multiplicity of styles and forms. NB I did a study the other night while enjoying the ...
... an apartment in the "Block of Discord". It looked like the buildings exterior was made from Dragon scales and the balconies looked liked masks.
3 days and 2 nights weren't enough to see all the great sights here. Plus, Rob was sick with a cold and that put a damper on our sightseeing. I'd definitely like to return someday to see what we missed.
here's a few things I learned along the way:
Things I don't miss about Europe:
... was that some of the speciality restaurants weren't the same. Instead of having the popular Qsine restaurant, there was the Silk Harvest, which offered Asian cuisine.
Talking about food; we visited the Oceanview Cafe for a snack before our second seating (late) dining. The food was very nice and there was a lot of choice here. It's a bit traditional and pleasant for my family to have a drink before dinner and my parents love the Ice Bar. My brother and I, 20 and 18, had ...
... the work by Antoni Gaudi a name that will forever be linked to Barcelona. No other single person in the world has had such an influence, impact and imprint on a city the way that he did. His creation such as Casa Vicens, Palau Guell, Cottage Teresianas, Church of Colonia Guell, Casa Calvet, Casa Mila, Park Guell, and of course Sagrada Familia can be seen all over town. Right when we docked on the port you can the image of Sagrada Familia off the distance ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed