Chic & Basic Bruc Apartments
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... and still affects the elderly Spanish people. We didn't think there would be much interest in this tour so were surprised to see about 20 people gather at the appointed muster point. Having said that, we were all foreigners with not one Spaniard to be seen. It was a very interesting tour and we learnt a lot from our guide, Christina, from Iberian Tours. A much recommended tour for our Aussie visitors passing through ...
... stadium with 2 other guys and I must say that Michael was the most excited he's been this entire trip! We had a great time exploring the whole stadium including the players tunnels and the museum that is attached to it. We then went back to the hotel to get ready for the flamenco show dinner and going out afterwards. The flamenco show was absolutely breathtaking and mesmerising! After the show we headed to a bar and celebrated our last night in Barcelona :) ...
... we were very hungry so we decided to walk to a local restaurant to get some early dinner. The rest of the afternoon we walked around the surrounding area then relaxed back at the apartment.
The next morning, my dad prepared eggs for breakfast for everyone. When we were done, we walked to Placa Catalonia to buy the tickets for the city tour. We took the tour bus from Placa Catalonia - it is the nerve ...
... the terrific scenery.
Had a quick walk around the Gracia neighbourhood near our hotel on our return. I went out and bought some pasta ans sauce for dinner which was cooked up in the kids kitchen for dinner.
Early night as everyone tired and Sam has to work tomorrow!
Heard on the news on Monday that Barcelona had 10cm of rain on Sunday. Does that sound like a lot to anyone else?
... to make it the tourist attraction it obviously is.
The Monastery still is a working monastery and has 60 Monks still living there. Most of the year, aside of tourists, it is very quiet although, it is now well known for the 50 boys who are schooled there, and the boy’s choir that exists there.
There are two Funiculars there, which are used from the bottom of the mountain to the Monastery and another that travels from the Monastery to the top ...