Eurostars Hotel Barbera Parc
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Travel Blogs from Barbera del Valles
... and ended up spending the night playing card games and just hanging with them. It's after midnight now and we're calling it a night, but it's pretty clear that the nightlife is really just beginning around here! As for us, I'm impressed we lasted this long! Tomorrow we plan to do the free Gothic walking tour and maybe go see the beach. And, can you comment so I know who's actually reading this? ...
I left Valencia in two minds. I was beginning to settle into little routines, and the place was starting to feel like home after a month, so it was sad to pack up and move on. But having said goodbye to the staff at my favourite eating place, and an almost tearful goodbye to Ruben and Anne who have been such nice people to stay with, I also felt a little bit relieved to be moving forward to a new city and new experiences.
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... I don't know why they do it. We went to Park Güell. Park Güell promoted a lizard and we thought it was a fake because it was very little. But their was a building that was filled with mosaics. The guy that designed the park and many other buildings here was named Gaudi. I liked his designs because they were awesome. They didn't finish the park because they ran our of money when the guy they were building it for died. People completed it later. ...
Our first visited site in Barcelona couldn't have come at a greater point - The Temple of Tibidabo (literally translated from scripture, "I will give you all of this", as Satan tempted Jesus from the mountaintop). This Church was built as a Salecian Order church, with the land donated to St. John Bosco himself, who had the church built here, at the highest (or one of the highest) points in all of Barcelona! The views were ...
... then Archer woke up and so I stayed awake through that, too. I'm using that as the excuse of why I seem the most tired of the three of us. Today we went by metro to the CosmoCaixa, which is a science museum. Since everything is so expensive here, it was refreshing to pay 4 EU for the family. That is where we ran into our friends for the day - Christina and her 5 year old daughter ...
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