Hotel Sagrada Familia
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- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sagrada Familia Barcelona
Hotel itself ok, room is run down and not too clean
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This morning we got to sleep in for the first (and only) time! We walked from our hotel to the famous cathedral still under construction designed by Antoni Gaudi, "Basilica De La Sagrada Familia". It is an amazing masterpiece and is not scheduled to be completed for another 11 years. Definitely a sight to return for! In the afternoon Beth went on a …
... to the Spanish culture, but delicious. After dinner we walked the street and enjoyed some ice cream. On a side note...the ice cream in Spain is delicious! It is extra creamy and punched with flavor :)) The best we've had yet was in Torremolinos! A few favorite flavors include oreo,nata (vanilla), and dulce de leche. For Colorado Sweet Cow fans, team up! On our walk back to the metro we found thw hotel where Aunt Jen and Uncle Michael stayed ...
Alfred had a stupidly late night last night well 9pm but he doesn't like to break with routine and he makes us pay for it, which meant that he was up again at 2 and then 4!! Hurray!! Eventually at 8:30 craig got up with him and allowed me some blissful sleeping time. After my lie in ( gona owe craig one tomorrow) craig did some work, Alfred played with his toys and I attempted a work out with my new hand weights. ...
... and Jill had a caramel one. The bar gets really busy and they've started to do a waitress service, only problem is there is only one waitress and loads of customers combined with bar staff who like to show off and juggle bottles instead if making my bloody drink. I eventually got my expresso martini and it was very nice just a bit too sweet.
We knew the metro finishes at midnight to set off at 11:30 and caught the last metro back home, early start planned for a trip to Montserat ...
... more on the outskirts starting in the mountains surrounding Barcelona. We had to take the metro and then climb a steep mountain to get to the beginning of the park. If you hike further up, which we did, we were afforded insane views overlooking the city. Unfortunately it was a bit misty at this point but it was still amazing-- just not very photogenic. We had to buy tickets to enter the most famous part of the park where the Mosaic designs are and then we were given a time slot ...