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... the food, especially ice
cream (every day) and pastries. We ate a couple of pastries for our breakfasts
as well, at least half of the mornings of our trip we had pastries for
breakfast, it was wonderful. The best and freshest pastry shops were in
Marseille, Nice and Lyon.
On the 18th, we got to our hostel at 10 p.m and
took a bit of a walk around to see what ...
... and bicycles all have a safe place to travel without the drama of vying for space. Canadian cities could learn a thing or two from this "old world" country.
Next, we jumped on the "red route" in order to see the Olympic sites of Montjuic and the historical waterfront areas. This could easily be a two day event in order to jump off and see all of the interesting sites the tour has ...
... exists; the second is that the name has no real connection with the Chinese (Xinès). Both statements are true. This barri, unfolding south from Carrer Sant Pau towards Drassanes, was once one of Europe’s most infamous neighbourhoods, inhabited by the poor and working-class and rife with prostitutes, pimps, strippers and drug dealers. Today, due to enthusiastic clean-up efforts, mere vestiges remain of the barrio’s previous life (though some alleys still hint ...
... kilometres away due to a 24 hour taxi strike throughout Europe. Sick of dragging their suitcases across the cobbled footpaths they took the Metro to the centre of the village then continued their long walk. They eventually arrived at their hotel tucked away down a narrow alley in the Gothic Quarter, within sight of the Cathederal. The Relays & Chateaux Hotel Neri is a 12th century boutique hotel of about thirty suites. Part of the hotel consists of a ...
... cathedral that was started in 1882, and on which construction continues to this day. The estimated date of completion is in 2026, and will include 18 spires. We enjoyed a lift about half way up the completed nativity facade, and a walk down the very tight, very narrow, spiral staircase. It made for some great views of the city, and inside the tower.
The main nave is unlike anything I've ever seen in a gothic cathedral. Normally I feel like ...