Holiday Inn Express Molins De Rei
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Travel Blogs from Molins de Rei
Tisha stood waving in the street. We'd circumnavigated the centre of town a few times already due to Ms T T's inability to identify a road as one way, and terrified ourselves on the rail crossing more times than I enjoyed. La GarriGa looked strangely unfamiliar. I'd forgotten the Modernist villas, the gothic towers and wildly tangled metal creepers that fenced each property. Very little looked familiar. The day was bright and after a quick stop in the ...
... to Barcelona was scheduled to leave at 11:05, so we gathered things into our suitcases and headed out. (I took an unauthorized photo of the kids before I woke them)
We had a good trip on the train and we got to see some of the Spanish countryside, which is not unlike the Central Coast. We saw a lot of the same kinds of trees, shrubs, cactus, hills, and ocean views. Our train got up to 200 kph, ...
... Gaudi. The architecture is absolutely amazing and unlike anything we had ever seen. Pictures are below as they will do it more justice.
After touring Sagrada Familia and a brief rest in the middle of the day, we headed for a stroll down Las Ramblas – a walk of about 1 mile that goes through the shopping area. It reminds you a bit of the miracle mile in Chicago. Las Ramblas ends up ...
... after Park Guell was the Camp Nou! I won't ramble on about FCB and how cool it was to be there. I'll leave it at "it was awesome." Next item on the bucket list is to watch a game there. From here we had one more stop at the Placa Catalunya before we headed home. On the way back to the apartment, we decided to go into this Internet cafe place where I emailed our "landlord" person about getting our clothes back. By this time it was about 9-9:30pm so I asked ...
I was so excited that we were finally going from the snow to the sun and the beach! We flew into Barcelona in Spain on the east coast at midnight so we were up early the next day keen to check out the sights. We joined the free walking tour around the city and learnt so much about Spain's history. On the tour we tried some traditional Christmas dessert called Toro, which is typically nougat texture bar with chocolate or fruit in it. Yummy! It was so funny to find out that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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