Eurostars Hotel Barbera Parc
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... Sagrada Familia, it was simply amazing, inside and out!
At that time of the morning, the line we had to stand in went down the block, but the line for people to buy their tickets, went right around the block!! Once we got through the gate, we lined up for an audio guide at the entrance by the Nativity facade. This is the only section Gaudi worked on before he died, and is very intricate, delicate decoration and detailed sculptural scenes of the birth and life ...
... options). Today when we set out we were armed with all this knoeledge, so not too much drama. I got the whole enchilada (train, cog train and funicular) and K and M, who don't do heights, got the train and the cog train only. Anyway, what an experience. Train (normal) took about an hour, then we transferred to a cog train, which took us high up, with spectacular scenery on the way, to Montserrat village, a delightful ...
... amp; for animal rights but it would have been interesting. So it's very late again when we retire. However at 11pm in Barcelona things have only just started pumping. As we are old & not into partying & with the Florence incident still on my mind we are happy to get some sleep. How do you party all night when you have walked all day? A lot of the young people on the bus are only partying & not worrying about seeing all the sights. What a waste of a cultural ...
Full day today. We got an early start so that we could return to Notre Dame to climb its famous bell towers as our last activity in Paris. While waiting in line we found "point zero", the center of Paris. The TGV (high speed train traveling at 180 kph) to Barcelona left at 2:00pm and we arrived at 8:40pm after a very speedy ride through the French countryside and then slower along the French and Spanish coast. Our apartment ...
... Had me very nervous. Afraid pepe our driver might want to end it all and take 50 of us with him! The fog was so dense when we dropped below the clouds that you couldn't see a thing. Didn't stop pepe from going fast. One wrong turn and it would have been adios Amigo's!
Our first stop was in Pamplona. This is the place where the running of the bulls takes place. The streets are very narrow. We walked the route the bulls run. First thru the streets and then to the ...