GHT Hotel Maritim
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In the morning, we had an early start to go to see La Sagrada Familia. Work started in the 1880s and is still to be finished on the outside.The boys learned that the Basilica had different sides (or facades). The first side we saw was the Nativity Facade where Ben and Jon saw Baby Jesus with Mary and Joseph. Then we went inside and noticed that the columns looked a lot like trees and used different stones to support the weight of the church. Ben and Jon also were ...
... World Fair by architect Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas.Then onto the beautiful Parc de la Ciutadella and its beautiful fountain - based loosely on the Trevi fountain in Rome. It is called the Gaudi fountain although he was only an intern on the fountain creation.
Had to negotiate quite a lot of cycle lane and road riding to reach the famous La Sagrada Familia. Crowds of people around the church. Gaudi had said it would take 200 ...
... Catlunya in the more central area. This was gunna be her first solo travel via the metro and although she seemed a lil anxious, I gave her good directions and with her previous experiences she felt ok about it. The truth of this muted confidence would be revealed at 4pm!
So I got back on the bike with vague plans and then just followed my nose on a random ramble for the next five hours. By day's end, I am sold on the use of a bicycle in this city. Cyclists are so ...
... walk of the tour. After another very steep and winding bus ride to the parking area we caught the funicular up to the walking path, following the direction of Sant Joan. We walked (mainly up hill) to a rocky platform, where we stopped for a picnic lunch with great scenic views. Ian and I provided some red wine purchased at the wineries we had visited, which made the meal even more delicious and I think the ...
Took the metro up to Lesseps station this morning around 9am and walked up the hill to Parc Guell. This was originally designed to be a gated community for the bourgeois of Barcelona with exclusive triangular plots of land but the project failed. The government took it over converting it into parkland with an amazing array of ...