Best Western Mediterraneo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... So after our feed we made our way down the boulevard towards the temple looking thing and Mont Blanc. The boulevard lined everything up along the way, from a big square called the Plaça d'Espanya, a really big fountain, and a massive water feature coming down the side of the hill that we went up to get to the temple looking thing. It was all pretty nice. Along the way, Daniel and I continued our stereotyping across Europe, this time coming up with names for people that ...
Had the usual 11:00am breakfast then took the underground to Park Guell. This was an urban subdivision planned by Antoni Gaudi in the early 20th century. It is named after Count Eusebius Guell who commissioned Gaudi to design a garden city on on the family estate of 20 hectares. Spent a couple of hours here then went home for lunch. ...
... by anonymous donations (and proceeds from the tours) with estimates it will be finished by 2026, or in another 150 years! If you come to Barcelona, you Must see this. Prebooked Park Guell, good move. This was a failed land development that the Guell Family handed over to the Municiple Council. It incorporates many of Gaudi's ideas of a residential garden city, integrating Gaudi's work into nature. Well worth a look. Metro experts that we are now, we made it over ...
... of paper without any map so we were keeping our fingers crossed that we would be able to find the right exit.
Once we got to the rental lot, it took us a good 15 minutes to figure out how to adjust the seat and then we were finally on our way, following the handwritten directions to our hotel. To our surprise, we only missed the last exit by 1 street and managed to wind our way back through the streets to ...
... Epic fail!
We wandered across the park to see a familiar site. Hard Rock Cafe'. Yep. Jack got a magnet. We were also at the top of La Rambla, the most popular street in the city. But more on that tomorrow.
We made our way back to the neighborhood, stopped for some pizza and headed back to the hotel. I had a nightcap Cafe' Americano in the bar and it was up to bed. Our first night in Spain. Yep. That's in Europe! ...