Tryp Barcelona Aeropuerto
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The hotel was nice and comfortable lovely room nice and quiet too. Just couldn't get any good connection with the Wifi :(
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... I should move to Spain and get a flat in the city" quality to it. Except for one building. When the tour bus stopped in front of the Sagrada Familia I said to Mike: "We have seen a lot of amazing buildings in our time. We have seen Ankor Wat. We have seen Hagia Sofia. We have seen cathedrals, churches, castles and ruins and yet THIS building...this is by far...the UGLIEST building I have ever laid eyes on." The Sagrada Familia was built ...
... initially designed by Gaudi to be a housing estate in the early 1900's, but unfortunately didn't get finished due to the economic times, war and the distance from the city centre ( no one in those days having vehicles), although now is only a 10 min drive.
At the entrance is a stunning mosaic dragon with staircase and beautiful serpentine shaped balcony with vibrant mosaics around its edge.
There are a couple of display homes built, one that is modelled on the tale, Hansel ...
We woke relatively early this morn. Had a quick breakfast in and then headed out to the bus stop. I make this sound relatively quick and efficient however it does take time to mobilize 5 in an unfamiliar setting. One washroom slows things down significantly as do packing light for the day to avoid the pick pockets that we keep hearing about, finding bus tickets at the right kiosk, finding a bank machine that will accept ...
... Gaudi apartments and then went to see La Sagreda Familia, which is a famous Catholic church built by Gaudi. It was started in 1883,however it still isn't finished. They hope to finished it around 2020. No we didn't go inside (I know I hear a big "why not" from all of you), as the line stretched around the church. Way too long for us. We then walked back to the hotel via La Rambla, a famous walk street. It reminded us ...