BcnStop Parc Guell
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... met with Zarah’s step Uncle Richard who lives in Barcelona. We have a drink with him at this traditional Spanish bar and got some hot sight seeing tips from him for tomorrow.
Once again we couldn’t deny another night on the hostel party bus. Back at the hostel we had a few drinks and met a group of people from the hostel who where there for a music festival on the weekend. 12.30am we all caught the bus and went to another one of Barcelonas clubs on the ...
... for wear. I really did want that extra week of learning Spanish before Linda T arrives to be that much more fluent but did not take into account all the changes/paces I was putting myself through with new reverse working schedule, new time zone, new diet, new country, new home....This means I will have to probably work through a lot of the weekend to catch up as I've needed to catch more shut eye as I adjust to the changes my body is going through.
... city so we enjoyed walking around Las Ramblas, Barceloneta, and La Boqueria and savored sangrias and paellas in the local cafes. We took the hop on hop on bus so we could visit other sights that are not within walking distance such as the Sagrada Familia and Park Guell.
It Civitavecchia, we took an hour train ride to Rome. We visited St. Peters Basilica, Sistine Chapel, Trevi Fountain, Colosseum, and Spanish Steps. We got ...
... myself, I looked pretty good. I had my borrowed (thanks Carol) jewellery and wrap and clutch, which all really set off the dress. Graeme had a very nice red bow tie, which suited him. I could actually get used to the more formal nights, but I need to sort myself out in the shoe department (and learn not to freak out about the formality).
For our starters, we both had spinach dip with tortilla ...
... thing is covered, and is reminiscent of a farmer's market back home, but only MUCH larger. The Boqueria had markets for jamón, beef, seafood, fresh fruits and vegetables, candy, nuts, you name it, they sold it! Kris and I enjoyed fresh-squeezed juices: she had kiwi-orange, and I had watermelon. Delish! Afterward, we strolled more of the Ramblas, and ventured into a coffee shop and enjoyed a café con leche before heading back to ...