Hotel Sidorme Barcelona Mollet
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We get to Sagrada Familia around ten. It is one of the most visited tourist sites in the world, so we expected a long wait. On arrival, there are already hundreds of people. We stand in line to wait for the tickets. Paul says, you stay here and I shall go and see where the line starts.....15 mins goes by...... Paul returns. There is at least an hours wait. So we decide to try tomorrow but get here REALLY early. No flies on us! We metro it back to town and head for ...
... to. The restaurant itself was a little hole in the wall with the walls packed tight with every imaginable alcohol. The key to eating was to battle your way to a surface, wether it be the counter, a table or the shallow bar that rimmed the shop - where we ended up. The menu was pretty large and not too cheap, but as our food budget for that day was going so well we decided to get 4 dishes. We did a half combined meat plate, a half ...
... today at the beach and the woman next to us was from Moscow. The family behind me was speaking the most luscious Italian! They were very sweet when I went and said hello. The people here in Spain speak another type of Spanish where they say 'grathiath' vs. gracias. Those from the south speak very very fast...those from other parts speak more slowly. The shops we perused along the way back to the hotel are staffed with people from India.
Most of all we have ...
... connections and made it was 30 minuets to spare which worked
our perfectly. I spelt the entire way home. The best feeling in the world was
to have a shower and enjoy a home cooked meal from abuela. Im honestly so
thankful that we have her and a place of our own to call home. Overall, Im
happy we saw Barcelona and I don’t think I could have come here without seeing
it. However, I definitely like Madrid better and know it will always hold a special
place in my ...
... cathedral that was started in 1882, and on which construction continues to this day. The estimated date of completion is in 2026, and will include 18 spires. We enjoyed a lift about half way up the completed nativity facade, and a walk down the very tight, very narrow, spiral staircase. It made for some great views of the city, and inside the tower.
The main nave is unlike anything I've ever seen in a gothic cathedral. Normally I feel like ...