Apartamentos Porta Coeli
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- Swimming pool
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... as it gets-almost too much so as poor Jenny was quite upset to see all the dead little piggies hanging...But, besides that, what a nice surprise it was as I hadn't even seen it on the map and we literally stumbled upon it by luck- isn't that just what Billy was saying yesterday?
Our first destination was the Hospital Sant Pau, declared a UNESCO site in 1997 but has been closed for refurbishing since then and only opened in Feb 2014. I had read some ...
... with one sip left before we were heading off, sober, to bed, our old mate Peter and his wife came on up and invited us to join their table. We decided to have one more not to be rude. Turns out his wife was not completely out of tune or care for yesterday's conversation. No way. She was absolutely hammered then, and couldn't really talk! She was in a much better condition today, and actually really really friendly! She wasn't going near a drink! Oh but we were, ...
... One thing I have to say is there is mostly a sense of bad customer service - unlike what we have in NZ, but having said that, we have a favourite breakfast cafe that we have gone to where the lady there is great - anyone who can handle taking orders from 12 people and getting it right is doing well!!
We're staying literally a stone's throw away from one of Barcelona's major attractions, the Gaudi Sagrada Familia church. You'll all ...
... a variety of parks, full of statues and small fountains. When I got close to the top there were coachloads of schoolchildren and tourists outside the 2009 Olympic sports facilities which were open for viewing. I took a quick look but just around the corner, across the road was an amazing looking palace which I headed for.
I knew it had to be special when I saw the working outdoor elevator taking people down to a lower level. I was ...
... then attempted to pull it out with a fork we had which didn't work. He then took the spare D-clip I had on my bag and twisted it around to form a hook. After about half an hour of clumsily digging the cork out of the bottle with a D-clip, he did it and we had an opened bottle of wine with a few bits of cork in the bottom, but not many! So classy we are! And to make the scene even classier, we didn't have any cups or wine glasses so we just drank straight from the bottle. Well at least ...