Silken St. Gervasi Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... at our hotel. Nate only had about 20 minutes to shop in the team store which he was not happy about. He wanted a new jersey but we pointed out the cost (80 Euros plus the cost to put his name on the back) was too much. Hilary found a Barcelona watch which he was excited about and it was only 20 Euro so we went that route.
We got to the hotel right at 3pm and got settled in. This included eating some apples and beef ...
... who have been here had recommended we visit Park Guell and Sagrada Familia, both Antonio Gaudi projects. Yesterday we went to Park Guell and, even though the line-up to get into Sagrada Familia was as bad as what we had experienced in Rome when we went to the Vatican, we didn't want to miss the opportunity to see this incredible work-in-progress. We got to Sagrada Familia at about 10:00 am and the line-up of people waiting to buy tickets was very long. We ...
... is another Gaudi building, Casa Mila......but better know as La Pedrera. The entire building was wrapped in gauze-like material with the windows shown, but I didn't take a picture of it. I preferred to go online and show you someone else's image :)
We found it to be a very bizarre building, but it has just as much history -- just ...
... to go back and as I waited at the bus stop I was able to talk to some nice Italian boys about their English classes. All in all, a very nice day spent with me, myself and I.
La Ca dal Non - The House of the Grandfather
Our airbnb hosts suggested we stop at the above mentioned acetaia. They have produced Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena for four generations. We didn't realize that we should have called ahead to request a tour. Once ...
... the border to Switzerland for our two night stay
in the Swiss Alps town of Lauterbrunnen. The Swiss Alps are a picture postcard
come to life, with there being no possibility of taking a bad photo! Rolling
green hills, sheer cliffs, pine trees, wild flowers, pet cows, two waterfalls,
and snow capped mountains could all be caught in one photo! It was almost too
much to take in as it was so beautiful, it was like it wasn’t real. That first
night we ...