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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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... the bus to Park Guell, it was a tiny 16 passenger vehicle, and everyone at the bus stop wanted on it. It soon became obvous that the roads were so narrow and so twisting up to the park that a mainline bus would never have passed it.
Between walking from Sagrada Familia for lunch, and back from Park Guell to tour the Familia, we walked through many neighborhods over several kilometers. The city felt very accessible and approachable. ...
... and ready for our flight then again headed out to the Subway. The Park was just a few minutes’ walk from the subway station, but naturally – we got lost. Asking for directions in a foreign country that doesn’t speak English is always challenging, but we somehow managed to finally find the park after about 30 minutes of walking. It was stunning and absolutely worth seeing while in Barcelona, but I was surprised by how small the park was. We kept finding ourselves ...
... makes Freo port look tiny! After we figured out a way of walking down to the port, we went to the markets for some lunch! The markets have a very diverse range of foods, from pastries, sea food, meat, fruit and vegetables, chocolates. The meat stalls really make me feel like becoming a vegetarian, as they were not pleasant to look at, at all! We had a nice fresh juice and pastry for lunch though.
We then went for a walk to the beach, ...
... coin hence giving us 20 candles) in memory of our dearly departed family and friends. It was two hours well spent and enjoyed by all. Upon leaving, we decided to stop for some hot chocolate for Jenny and a beer for us before heading to the museum. This was our first encounter with Catalonian hot chocolate. A cup of thick, dark, semi liquid deposited in front of Jenny, was served as "hot chocolate," much to Jenny's amazement. She had the brilliant idea then to ask for a croissant to ...
... we had to go to Stuttgart, wait there for a couple of hours and then fly here to Barcelona. We didn't arrive until about 8.00pm and got a cab to here (I don't even know where we are yet) where a gorgeous Spanish creature met us to show us the ropes. It has 3 bedrooms plus a bathroom and another toilet. It's got a dishwasher and a washing machine and even a Nespresso coffee machine! Tomorrow out to explore. I said I would tell you my impressions of Croatia and Slovenia. Both ...