- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... 60m) with a statue of Christopher Columbus stand on top pointing out to sea. At first I thought he must be pointing to America but I found out later he is actually pointing south east, so maybe he had intended to discover Algeria and just got lost. I can relate to that. At the monument I decided to do my touristing the lazy way and brought a ticket for a hop on/off bus. Well I thought it would be the lazy way, until I had to stand in line for half an hour waiting for a ...
... On our return to our hotel we decided the dirty washing could wait no longer, so we headed off to the local laundromat. This gave me the opportunity to catch up on the blog. In the evening Ian and I had dinner with Miranda at a lovely restaurant - Mil Nou-Cents Dos (1902) Cafe Modernista - on the Sant Pau hospital site. The food was fabulous - probably one of the best meals I have had in Spain and the views from our table were ...
... expect for the rest of the day. If you stroll a little farther down the main drag in Eixample, a street named Passeig de Gracia, you come to another Gaudi building - Casa Batllo. Casa Batllo is interesting, not only for its unique architecture, but also for its location. Located across the street from some of the highest end stores in Barcelona (Prada, Cartier, etc.), Batllo sticks out like a sore thumb. Although we didn't visit the inside of Casa Batllo, we ...
... back to the city center. We each found somewhere fun to eat and met up with the other group at 2 pm. The second group left at 10 am by the metro for the walking tour. First, we saw the music concert hall that had railings made of glass. Next we went inside Santa Maria cathedral, which was beautiful. After snacking on truffles, we walked to the ruins of the Roman temple. Lunch was at a quaint Spanish cafe that served tapas. Before meeting up with ...
Today we saw Gaudi's world famous Sagrada Familia begun in 1882 and still being built.
"Gaudi" complex neo-Gothic on the outside and modern, also traditional and wonderful on the inside.
Beautiful huge columns and stunning stained glass windows. Very modern coloured ...