Husa Via Barcelona
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... is a great system,
especially as it makes the guides work that little bit harder. Our tour met at
Travel Bar near Liceu, the opera house, and our guide was named Alex. One of
the other tour guides looked like Gary Oldman, so Eric was
slightly disappointed we weren’t in his group. However, Alex, a NZ expat, had
written his thesis on Spanish History and had lived in the country for over 6
years, so had a lot of knowledge about the area. He took us throughout ...
... has my finger marks imprinted on her arm. It didn't help with her telling me about the loss of a plane this morning either. We had simply stunning views of snow capped mountains. A first for me. They magically appeared to be covered with whisks of meringue. Flying closer to land, we glimpsed little snow-covered villages; the stuff of fairy tales and picture books. We found on our approach to landing that it was snowing in ...
I'd been forwarned it would be something of a shock. And having seen many cathedrals all over Europe, when I first saw it (you're looking at what I first saw towering over the trees in an adjoining park). I thought, if that's a church it's one strange beast. Basilica de la Sagrada Familia -- This "Holy Family" church by the renowned Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi is the resident cause celebre in Barcelona and another one of those must-sees on ...
... until he became one of the most recognized contemporary artists of the 20th century. Fabulous! At 8 p.m. We took the Cable Car ( a gondola) to the very top of Montjuic where we walked around the castle (actually a fort) which was created by King Phillip with cannons pointed towards to city to quell any thought of a Catalonian uprising. We arrived at the hotel at 10 p.m. and the kids passed out while the adults stepped out for a traditional tapas late night dinner. A long and exciting ...
... Ramblas from Placa de Catalunya to the statue of Christopher Columbus on the waterfront. The subway ride took 10 minutes and before I knew it I was in a large open square surrounded by big statues and fountains and full of us tourists with cameras.
This was the start of the kilometre plus length of streets called Las Ramblas which took you past a number of interesting shopping and eating areas and was the place to catch a slice of Barcelona life for tourists and ...