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... with entry at 4 o'clock - effectively wiping out most of the day. Rather than waste time waiting in line we decided to cut our losses and moved on to the next stop on the Gaudi trail.
Finding Casa MilÓ
Casa MilÓ is also known as La Pedrera (the stone quarry) because of its rough fašade, which is reminiscent of an open quarry, Casa MilÓ was commissioned by the industrialist Pere MilÓ i Camps and his ...
... newer" areas of Barcelona. The bus tour allows you an all day (or two day) pass to jump on and off of the bus and explore the notable areas of this amazing city. Although we tried to see the Sagrada Familia up close and personal, it was a half hour wait to buy tickets before an hour wait to get into the church itself. Highly under construction, it would still have been a rewarding visit, but ...
... the bar too every time we got some food or a drink, which made it quite fun! Once we arrived at Barcelona Sants station, we were immediately hit with glorious warmth as we exited the train. Barcelona Sants is an underground station so it was the familiar humid warmth you get underground, so no cause for celebration yet! But when we got outside it was the same! And that warmth was a key ingredient to us relaxing this week, as our main factor in choosing ...
We've spent one day sightseeing on the hop on hop off and a bit on the metro, then the second day was spent shopping - disappointed withe lack of shoe shops in Barcelona and have not purchased any!!! We did spend a bit of time in the main shopping precinct - La Rumblas and Plaza Catalunya and it was crowded. The third day was spent going out on an adventure to a water park that is about 30-45 minutes out of the city. We ...
... experience for the evening. She then used her and her friends' connections to get us a free entrance into a Barcelonian discoteque. It was right on the beach, and absolutely a blast. The type of night that you know is a good one as we entered our B&B at 6am when others were headed out to start their Sundays.
We attempted to wake up for a free walking tour of the city on Sunday, but we were rather unsuccessful. Instead, we went to the Sagrada Familia, snapped ...