Arcs De Monells
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today was the last bike day of our 'Best of Catalonia Bike Tour'. We had a late start due to waiting for a replacement bike to arrive at the hotel for Helen. At the beginning of the tour, her bike started to make a clicking sound (almost like a ratchet), somewhere in her bottom bracket or rear cog set. This sound was getting progressively more frequent as we continued our journey and I was concerned that her bike may breakdown ...
Today we cycled from Llafranc to Monells a total of 34km. This ride involved going from the Costa Brava coastline towards the mainland while encountering several medieval villages with farmlands between each village. We rode (mostly walked through while taking pictures) the following medieval villages in this area: Pals, Palau Sator, Pertallada and Monells. When we finally arrived at our destination, we were hot and tired. The owner of Hotel Arcs ...
This is our neighborhood. This is our second night. It is a quaint yet modern neighborhood as it is Barcelona. But the streets are all stone and narrow winding and interconnecting. There are shops of all kinds. Bakeries, fresh pasta, hip shoes ...
A day in Barcelona
After a sleep in I went on a free walking tour of Barcelona with Guide Ruby. She was very loud energetic and a wealth of knowledge. The 2 1/2 hour tour took us though the Gothic quarter, the Barcelona Cathedral, and the El Born district as well as hearing about the Catalan legends and heroes, Catalan national identity , Picasso in Barcelona, the Olympic Legacy and the Spanish civil war.
Our hotel has a breakfast buffet at a reasonable price so after a great breakfast we were out the door and heading for the Gaudi cathedral, La,Sagrada Familia. The building is simply beyond words to describe. Construction began in 1883 and continues today! Three cranes tower over the building and over 300 construction workers work on the site. Construction is expected to be finished on 2026, the 100 year anniversary of Gaudi's death.
Gaudi was commissioned to ...