This was a terrific way to spend the day. Our guide, Rosa, was wonderfully informative. Girona is a pretty city with a lovely "old" area. The Dali museum is a visual delight. Figueres is very quaint and the only thing I would have liked would have been another hour to wander the streets there.
This trip was SO worth our time. There are many trails to hike, and we (luckily) happened to choose one that took about an hour of our time and wasn't too strenuous (of course, that's relative). The paths are made of stone so it's not a good place to hike with a stroller. Better to put the baby in a harness on your back. The vistas are just gorgeous. We opted for the cable car option, which was fun. There are funiculars at the top that take you even higher, if you want to go. We did not choose to do that, and noticed that not very many people did. Consequently, if you want to do that, no lines. We were able to hear the children's choir, which was fun -- if only to say we heard it. They sing two. The cathedral was extremely crowded (standing room only). We stood at the back where we were able to hear well, take some photos, and we left before the end of the 2nd hymn -- thus allowing us to hit the bathrooms before the rest of the crowd came tumbling out. The gift shop is large and extensive. All in all, a good use of our time.
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