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- Multilingual staff
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... on this further. Bridget had no idea about the mountain and thought it was to be something akin to Mt Gravatt before we headed there. From on top we got to view the ancestral area of the Tapiolas family. There is a special tribute wall with many numerous plaques regarding groups of people with a relationship with the Catalan dance the Sardana. We saw the plaque organised by a family member, Benito Droguet, representing the group of Catalonians in North Queensland. We travelled ...
... still hundreds of years old. It was expensive to go into the cathedral itself so we walked around and admired the detail from afar, which was still very easy to do. I wish I knew when the expected completion date is because it seems like they have been working on it for forever and could continue to do so forever. We made our way south, back towards the ocean and cutting across the city and making a stop along the way for some Patatas Bravas and another coffee con leche (I think I ...
... does not happen easily for me and certainly not for Linda....but this was indeed one of those moments! It is not possible to comprehend that one person's mind could create in a single life time a structure like Sagrada Familia. The intricate details carved into the stone/marble/porphyry to represent the birth ( The Nativity) and the death (The Passion) of Jesus Christ challenge a person's ability to comprehend that so much detail can ...
... smooth, with just a bit of a wait for boarding but families lined up for a photo with Mickey while they waited. Then it was our turn, group photo, announcing our name and we are on the ship and being welcomed by the crew! Some of us headed straight to Palo the adult only restaurant to make some reservations while the grandmas went to reserve a photo with Elsa and Anna. We then met up for a buffet lunch in Cabanas - wow! I ate more at that meal than I did for the entire length ...
... just different.
Dinner was nice, very noisy but we hope that is because there are a lot of excited people. Our waiter was a funny little man named Dolly..... His smile is as big as the Grand Canyon and his giggle was infectious.
700 Australians on board, 2100 people in total and there are heaps of Americans. They are an interesting lot...... Some are larger than Texas and it is hard to know if you saw them or heard them ...