Ibis Barcelona Molins de Rei
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... War Two. After this we returned
to our hotel and got ready to travel to our Flamenco show. We went to the
Tablao de Carmen, which is inside Poble Espanyol, a sort of touristy museum
with shops and restaurants. We got to share a jug of Sangria between us and
then had some really delicious Spanish tapas. The flamenco singing and dancing
was excellent (and yes, as one Tripadvisor reviewer stated, “flamenco isn’t
even from Barcelona, it’s from ...
... was the Church of the Sacred Family (La Segrada Familia) which was started in the 1882, but is still being built. Everything they build is based on the number 3, being Joseph, Mary and the baby Jesus.
The other cool place was Guell Park which was made with mosaics. It had broken coffee cups, plates and tiles to make the mosaics.
It was a full day of travelling around but it was interesting and fun.
... tours had to be reserved. The tower tours….take a look at somer pictures on the Googles of this place. You can take an elevator up to the towers and then walk down their entire length. Certainly not for the faint of heart (Chris Kendall! Meow.). Bogard and I had a good time navigating said towers and meeting the girls at the playground across the street. I do need to mention here ...
... the gate. It was great of her to greet us. We transferred to the subway for a couple of stops. When we went up the stairs we were greeted by a wonderful view of the massive Gawdi Cathedral. What a great way to be welcomed to Barcelona.
Tamsen guided us to a bus stop for the final leg of our journey to their condo. It was nice to be above ground to get a feel for ...
... altered the public spaces and original height of the city to maximize living space. The many squares and public spaces once envisioned for Barcelona were built over or never built at all. On one hand there was the obvious profits for developers, however, the continual industrialism of Barcelona lead to great amounts of immigration and the continued expansion to which today is defined by the physical barriers of the mountain and sea which ...