Guitart Grand Passage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... went off,we weren't exactly sure whether it was 6.00 or 7.00 am. We'd also put our watches forward, so were reasonably confident we were sorted, but there was a little seed of doubt. (Di - I didn't realise that Steve had this doubt about the time - go figure!).
Anyway, with the clocks forward an hour, and it being Sunday morning, our regular (does two in a row equal regular) bar was closed, so we ended up ...
... walk to the Metro which we mastered. On the train to La Rambler where we checked out the most touristy thing to do and that was to organise to ride the open air bus!
We then found an Italian tapas place - more food and home to bed. I know most of you will not be surprised to hear - Tony stayed in while we went on this little outing. Home at 2230
Today we visited the Sagrada Familia, a large Roman Catholic church designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí which to this day is still not completed. It is being worked on and they are attempting to complete it in his style.
Next we visited Park Guell, anther of the major works of Gaudi. We also took a gondola ride to the top of Parc de Montjuic to check out an amazing view of the city.
... de Europa. However, the Eurozone crisis and deep cuts in business travel affected the Council's positioning of the city as a convention centre. An important business centre, the World Trade Center Barcelona, is located in Barcelona's Port Vell harbour. The city is known for hosting well as world-class conferences and expositions, including the 1888 Exposición Universal de Barcelona, the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition (Expo 1929), the 2004 Universal Forum of Cultures ...
... etc. come to admire the vastness and greatness of this incredible basilica (It is sometimes mistaken for a cathedral, but it is not because a cathedral has the bishop’s seat, and that is already occupied by Barcelona’s cathedral, ‘The Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia’) Sagrada Família's construction progressed slowly, as it relied on private donations and was interrupted by the Spanish Civil War, ...