Holiday Inn Express Molins De Rei
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we pop our heads up to see if the fountains would be on. Boy, am I glad we did because not only were they ALL on, but five minutes after we arrived, a fantastic light show started with the large main fountain changing colors from red to blue to aqua to pink to yellow to green etc, and shooting jets of all intensities, some straight up in the air at least fifty feet. It was absolutely gorgeous and a fantastic way for our wonderful trip to Barcelona to come to and end! ...
... to Montjuic, the location of the Olympic stadium in 1964 and had a chance for photos overlooking Barcelona. Onto the port where we had dinner a the Marina Bay overlooking the water. Drove past to see the "magic fountain" - well,actually it is not magic, but looks magical as the fountain dances a and changes colours in beat with music. Very pretty Back to hotel for bed time. Another early start for travelling. ACCOMMODATION: MELIA HOTEL, BARCELONA ...
... Seurat and Manet....but was extra nice to know his inspiration was from nature..further evidence a gardener's mind is not necessarily a boring one! In fact if Dali is describing your work as physical surrealism of the imagination, you know you have certainly created a world that makes you wonder if your really there or going to wake up if you stare at the staircase for too long....actually wonder if Alice in wonderland was inspired by his work too...will need ...
... we had travelled past a number of the sites I hadn't yet seen, and I was thinking this is good value for a $1.50 ride. An hour later the driver pulled up at the last stop and everybody got off. I approached him and said "I thought this bus went up the Montjuic hill". :It does" he said, "after I've had a 10 minute break, but it will cost you another ticket".
The #55 bus goes all the way across the city from west to east, stopping in the central main ...
... to meander down La Rambla to the harbour where we had some not-so-good tapas and cava sangria in the afternoon sunshine.
We unfortunately didn't have time to see the Barcelona Cathedral or the gothic quarter. We also missed the Picasso museum and the Montju´c Castle. I think another couple of days would be needed to explore all that the city has to offer, but we were back on the road before we knew it. However, we ...