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Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... br> On to Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's famous unfinished Cathedral, I know we have visited a number of Cathedrals but this was like no other, Gaudi has used very organic design principles so that inside it is full of light and space and whilst built of solid, heavy materials it gives the sense of floating. It is hoped to be completed by 2026 and is definitely worth another look. It ...
... a half, and It was alright. After being picked up by our driver from the airport and the short trip to the hotel, we were in the Hotel Arts. We checked in and did all the other stuff you have to do when you first arrive at your hotel. Then we checked out our rooms. They were amazing! We were on the 11th floor ( of 44 ) with two small rooms that connected, right in-front of the beach. It was a fantastic view, straight onto the Mediterranean Sea. On that first day ...
We took a train from Monaco to Barcelona. We stayed there for a few days, and mostly just walked around and relaxed. After the few days we were there, I like Barcelona a lot. It has so many amazing ancient buildings, from different time periods like the Renaissance and Gothic.
On the first day of Barcelona, I stayed behind and did some school while my mom and Soph went to a big park and did other things.
The first thing I went to was ...
... a bar and some mini napolitanas (like pain au chocolat). Also, we spotted jamón (ham) flavoured chips which we had mocked earlier but were actually quite curious to try. We found a small bag and added those to the basket. Then we thought we'd better get some drinks to go with all those snacks… We finally arrived back at the van with Anoop extremely curious as to how we could possibly be gone that long! We set off and drove for a couple hundred kilometres through ...
... it at Lizzaro. A long bar filled with tiny montaditos (tapas skewered on pieces of bread) greeted us. Cheap beer, wine, and tapas. We were happy campers. We stayed for a long time, ate our weight in tapas, and watched them slowly whittle down the plates until it was almost closing time. Count your toothpicks at the end of the meal and pay up! It was the perfect relaxing way to cap off the day.
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