Villarroel Barcelona Apartment
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... building, really it was stunning.
Even though it was under construction and I imagine it has been and will
continue to be under construction for some time.
We went to the Barcelona soccer stadium so Hector could see
that. He is a soccer fan, but likes handball much better.
I forgot to mention that we also took a look at the Olympic
grounds/stadium when it ...
... 8; comfort 5. Lift only hold 4 people without luggage. Rabbit warren arrangement of corridors. Thursday 4th September An early start for a change and we are on the road by 8am.. Today we'll make Valencia after a stop at 9am at a little village where an enterprising local has turned his home into a tourist attraction worthy of Trafalgar stops.. He and 1100 other local families live in caves in the clay mountains. Like trogdailites he has transformed a hole in the wall into a lovely ...
... Jenn and mine case eat more ice cream and grab a starbucks!
After this we made our way back to the hotel in time to grab our stuff and go right to the pool for more scrimmaging. Another successful time in pool, work hard and together to make good things happen.
Then it was time for a quick dinner(at 10:15pm) and then back to the hotel to lay our heads down for a much need rest.
Stay tuned form more good things to come!!!
... bound to find someone that speaks the same language as you within a stone's throw from wherever you're standing. This presents something of a paradox for the region. Barcelona is, by itself, one of the most powerful economies in the European Union, largely due to the influx of Tourists. The problem though, is that the city's culture has become diluted, as entire industries have pushed out locals to cater to foreign tourism. ...
... so we nipped around the side. This had an unexpected benefit because as we crossed Placa de Sant Miguel I spotted a sign outside a restaurant claiming that the served calçots.
Now calçots are something of a Catalan speciality that we had known about for some time but had not tried before because they are very seasonal, from winter until early March. We had not really expected to see them in Barcelona and they are particularly associated with ...