Category: Barcelona

Gaudí Gaudí Gaudí

Today’s adventure included a walk from the hotel to the beach in Barconleta via the Ramblas de Poblenou.

After that, we went to Gaudí’s Park Güell. The idea was to create a park that blended art and nature. It’s definitely a success in that regard. Words cannot describe how great this place is.

The Laundry Room Portico at Park GüellMosaic lizard at Park GüellView of Park Güell and BarcelonaPark Güell


Today, we took a tour from Plaça Catalunya to Montserrat. It was about an hour to get there, and the scenery made it so worthwhile.

Wine Tours Castlexperience bus

I can’t think of anything funny to say here so you’ll have to use your imagination for this one. There was a great farmers market outside the basilica for tourists with lots of great cheeses! The view from the top is absolutely amazing. Do yourself a favor and put it on your bucket list for Barcelona.

Montserrat cathedral and plazaThe view from the top of the hills at Montserrat

We had lunch at Oller del Mas then toured their vineyards and had wine tastings. Not bad for a Monday.

Vineyards at Oller de MasThe castle at Oller de MasWine casks

Also, here’s a picture of the amazing paella I had for dinner tonight:


S-a-t-u-r-t-u-r Night

I failed to post photos of last night’s dinner. My bad. I’m not that sort of monster.

Tapas in the Gothic Quarter of BarcelonaTapas in the Gothic Quarter of BarcelonaTapas in the Gothic Quarter of BarcelonaTapas in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona


Photos and video of Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia. This is, hands down, the weirdest and most beautiful thing ever. I was completely blown away by it.

Stained glass windows in La Sagrada Familia
Stained glass windows in La Sagrada Familia
Jesus on the cross in La Sagrada FamiliaInterior of La Sagrada Familia

It’s a small world after all

Photo in front of La Gamba de Mariscal
I spent the day roaming about Barcelona with two of my favorite humans today. Adventures included, but were not limited to: a traditional Spanish breakfast, a walk through the gothic quarter to Gaudí’s first cathedral, a trip to the Miró Foundation, a walk down Las Ramblas and through La Boqueria, and numerous goblets of white sangria while watching the boats on the bay. Not so bad.

Entry to the Miró FoundationWhite sangria & delicious breadA sunny day at the marinaThe Cathedral of Barcelona by Gaudí

Hello Barcelona!

Dinner at Can Oliva in Barcelona

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