AinB B&B Eixample-Muntaner
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... old men and a few younger chicks & old ladies. Haha! Plus plenty of boobies out and about too. We find a nice cosy, gaza has a swim but I just chill in the sun :-).After spending a couple of hours there we head back to the room to get changed and head out for Paella! Our hosts recommend a restaurant down in Barcelonetta (where the beach is) so we head back to the beach again. We order a beautiful bottle of red wine and ...
... comfortable but drags more than the outward journey did. Penny and I chat and read and doze as the train rattles across country. The scenery becomes very slightly less dry and stubby and the famous windmills appear and are photographed. The centre of Spain is a plateau with very little but olives, almonds and the occasional grapevine the mountains are attractive and the first sight of the Mediterranean is exciting. I have been tiring of the extreme heat in Jerez and am looking forward ...
... siesta time so the stores were all closed, people were practising acrobatics on the grass, giant beers and sangrias were being consumed by tourists in the street bars, human statues were as still as wax creations until money was deposited into their pots. Artists were drawing incredible portraits of high paying tourists and pickpockets were having a grand ol time. Young lads tried to make friends with us in order to get us to go to their new ...
... with the lady to say the least. No family activities allowed apparently. And then during the show, they spent 10 minutes telling us how to tick the excellent box on the comment form for the activities team! ha ha Anyway moan over, have really enjoyed all the ports we have visited, the ship is beautiful with great food, wine and cocktails, so pretty happy. We came back through the Straits of Gibraltor today but of course ...
... chain and holding on to both ends and moving them towards each other. The curve this creates is a catenary. Gaudi took that curve, turned it upside down and made it an arch. If that still isn’t clear, look at the pictures. Gaudi designed many churches and house and his defining work is La Sagrada Familia Cathedral in Barcelona which we will discuss later
We began the tour by learning a little about ...