Aparts Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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After our interrupted sleep we left France for Spain. We intended staying at Camping Masnou as it was closest to Barcelona but the guy at reception was rude and it was a bit expensive at 33 euros a night so we headed further out to Camping Barcelona. It was much nicer and the staff were very helpful. We met a couple from the sunshine Coast who have bought a campervan over here. They couldn't quite ...
... they cover it with a blanket so it won't get cold. On December 24, the kids switch tactics. They get sticks and beat their pet log while singing a song "Poop log, Poop nougats, Hazelnuts and mató cheese, If you don't poop well, I'll hit you with a stick, Poop log." Then the parents tell the kids to go into another room and pray that the log poops some good presents. When the kids return, they find all ...
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This gallery is housed in one of the lego-like buildings that successfully resembles the stones forming the breakwater. The art on display was "Women artists in the XXth ...
... goes (including 430 Euros for seats for the match between FCB and Paris Saint-Germain being sold in La Ramblas.) A went for service in Basilica Santa Maria del Mar in the gothic quarter. It is a beautiful, imposing and graceful church with stone pillars and fantastic stained glass windows. Yet the service was intimate with its close knit community. The parish is ageing though. Peace be with ...
... the fortifications on the top of the castle and could see for miles.
Another day we visited the neighborhood of El Born, basically an older district in Barcelona with very old buildings and narrow, cobbled streets. It's a residential district where many middle class Barcelonans live and work. They are not happy with the huge increase in tourism they've seen in the last decade and let it ...