Right beneath the Montjuïc mountain lies the Poble Espanyol. This “Spanish Village” was built for the 1929 World Exhibition in Barcelona. We didn’t really know what to expect of the „Spanish Village“.
The Hospital de Sant Pau is within walking distance of our apartment. The number of visitors is still low, but it is only a matter of time until this impressive hospital complex will receive the same cult status that the famous Gaudí buildings hold.
Since we had quite a long stay in Barcelona, we soon decided to also visit Montserrat. Picking a day to go was also easy: Sunday – a day when usually none of our phones ring.I had booked our all-inclusive package in advance online. It included:
We started looking for a flat in Barcelona early on, right after we had decided to spend about three weeks there.
When I think back to our time on Fuerteventura, pretty much the only things that come to mind are the beach and the sun. Back then we did relatively little on the island, but sometimes you just need to be lazy.
Fuerteventura visitors should not pass up the opportunity to see the saline near Caleta de Fuste. The tiny village Las Salinas and its Museo del Sal paint an impressive picture of the history of salt production on the island.