BCN Montjuic Hotel
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... in his Birthday Sundae and the crew sang him happy birthday, so that was pretty cool! We then walked and walked and walked, we caught the end of the Easter procession at the Cathedral, which was a bit intense with a huge crowd all clapping at various times (for reasons unknown -I assume someone was doing something up the front somewhere) A very long day, but a whole lot of fun. Walked off our desert that's for ...
Like any other city, Barcelona is comprised of several neighborhoods. We visited Montjuic, built on the highest hill in Barcelona, El Born, an older residential neighborhood, and Park Guell, a Gaudi project that was never finished.
Monjuic is a lovely green neighborhood high above the waterfront of Barcelona. It is home to the Barcelona Art Museum, the site of the 1922 World Fair Exhibition, ...
... the building in 1886 and is expected to be finished in 2030!!! An amazing amount of time, and no doubt an incredible amount of money! We found the tour very interesting and it lasted for about 1 1/2 hours. Seeing inside the church was worth the entrance fee alone we thought.After we visited the area we headed back to the Gotic quarter and roamed around for a while. So many cool areas here we could spend endless hours exploring these beautiful ...
... against the clear sky. There was a basketball court and ping pong table and there are dog trainers and people practicing parkour there. So random but interesting hahaha! We were bored after a while, but the magic fountain show is at 9pm, but it was only around 8pm when we started to get bored. We contemplated whether to wait for the show, but the rain was getting heavier so we left. The day ended with dinner Cus we were still pretty full from lunch ...
May 17Today was very uneventful as we just drove from Valencia to Barcelona, but there were a couple of interesting things to note. The first is if you try to avoid the toll roads, since the charge is near 30 euro for the trip, we will drive through all of these tiny little towns and two lane roads. While normally this wouldn't have been an issue, traffic was terrible and I thought Logan was going to lose his cool driving behind the very very slow drivers ...