Friday, July 3, 2015

Through their eyes - Barcelona

Last but not least are the pictures from Barcelona. Ah Barcelona... you beautiful you... We came on such a big high from France that we wanted to continue the "take-it-easy" groove that we had going on...

So, here are our kids favorite activities from Barcelona

Beach bumming in Barceloneta... we hung out with (what it seems like) the rest of Europe... We heard every language there was... We had such a great time




Strolling the waterfront
Taking in in as much as we could of Gaudi trademark works, because, how could you not? Here are a few of our favorites:

Sagrada Famila


Parc Guell (This one is my favorite)


La Pedrera


Casa Batlo (super fun... I think this one was the kids favorite)



Riding bikes in Parc de la Ciutadella which was full of people celebrating Midsummer day... Who knew?

Food - again you ask? Food is our weakness, you know... We had to try it all

Getting lost in El Born and Barri Gotic neighborhoods - Visiting (and being utterly awestruck by) the Picasso Museum



Doing the mandatory stroll in La Rambla and stopping for lunch at La Boqueria




Taking the cable car to Monjuic - Great views of the city from up there...

Coming across and participating in an impromptu Sardana Dance... It was cool to see this... You could feel the Catalonian pride in those people... A great experience for sure

This is it friends... I hope I have inspired you to go out there and see the world... I continue to be amazed by what travel can do to us... It is so invigorating, we love every minute of it. I can't wait to get out there again... Because, you know we are skimming something, don't you? Ah, but we'll leave the reveal for another post...

Curious and want to see more pictures?

Check out my Instagram feed here
Pictures from France's Perigord Region here
Pictures from the Basque Country here
And for ideas of things to do with the kids when visiting a new town, see all of our "Through their Eyes" posts here

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