Pension La Plaza de Goya
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... watching haha. We left the park and headed towards home and ended up in a sunglasses shop where I got another pair of glasses as I'd been complaining about my other ones since we left NZ. We also went in a department store and Lisa found a new perfume. We finally got home and refreshed ourselves with a shower. We went out for dinner and ended up at a brewery called Moritz, which was a local brew and had some amazing food. Time for bed now. Another day bites the ...
... when the music started all the Spainiards started waving their white napkins over their heads (white handkerchiefs were waved at the bullfight too, I think I forgot to mention that) and soon the bride and groom danced in with Greg following Olga as they weaved around all the tables with napkins waving, folks clapping and cheering. The napkin waving was also done throughout the meal to encourage the couple to kiss ......in place of the American tradition ...
... all summer, it was nice to see sand and water. It was raining, but still cool.
Overall I had a great time in Barcelona, I learned a lot about the Spain/Catalonia relationship, and overall saw some really cool stuff. That being said, I was ready to leave when I did. I don't speak Spanish so it was nice to get back to Ireland. If I was in Barcelona another day I'm not sure what I would have done with myself. Still a highly recommended place to visit.
... headed to our flamenco show at El Tablao de Carmen. We enjoyed tapas which consisted of sangria, cheese, polenta, tomatoes and bread, mushrooms, a breaded sausage, calamari, a tomato soup, creme brûlée and coffee. We were sat next to a Mexican American couple traveling from Los Angeles (Victor and Laura) and we enjoyed talking to them and sharing the experience! The show was incredible and we enjoyed the small dose of ...
... and other Europeans are on this crossing of the Atlantic. The majority are Americans (2,319) and Canadians(491). The other day I met a young couple from Schaffhausen, Switzerland. It gave me a chance to practice my Swiss German.
How about this cabin: # 10017? It’s ours for 10 days. Nice and snug as a bug.