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... a steep hill so there was actually a great view of the city from the entrance which was a bonus. We went for a wandar around that area and found what we think may have been an old spanish riding school, there was actually a horse being ridden in the grounds when we noticed it. We continued walking and found a big look out with great views of the city and then we walked back down to where we started so we could catch the metro to Barcelona Beach!
I had read that ...
... as if it had been made out of every random brick and stone they could find. As we were walking past, as if out of a horror movie, all of a sudden there was this long, loud menacing roar.
"That's the zoo," Aida explained.
Maybe the keepers were late delivering lunch, but Papa Lion did not sound too happy.
As we got nearer the sea, I recognised the area. Nick and I had stayed at the luscious Arts Hotel by the sea when we came on a Jag tour a few years ago. I ...
... before 2030. Of course, standing in the queue to get in, we wondered whether it would be finished by the time we gained entrance, as the line stretched around three sides of the church. A somewhat annoying English woman stood behind us the entire time (about an hour and half) complaining about how life was too short to stand in queues and how no-one cares about the inside, it's the outside that everyone comes to see. For the record, I hope she had a miserable time when she got in, ...
... to go out. We headed to our planned topdeck tapas restraunt and then headed o flamenco dancing then to a club where a guy was smoking a joint and stunk the whole place out. We then caked on a bus to a beach club and by packed I mean we had about 100 ppl on a bus it was mental all up in each others personal space. We finally made it to the club and we got straight in and it was massively packed. In Spain they free pour your drinks so ...
... I continued all the way to the bottom of La Rambla right to the waterfront. It’s an incredibly beautiful day for a walk like this – sunny with a light breeze blowing. I got a picture of the Columbus statue and then walked across to the waterfront. It’s arranged as kind of a “linear park” with benches overlooking the boat mooring area and yacht club and of course bicycle lanes. I walked to the dock going across to the large ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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