Pension La Plaza de Goya
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... a room down the road available with aircon. We shift homes and move in with Cassandra, Rob and their puppy Keegan. Free dog cuddles. There's a CHOCOLATE Museum!!!! With a free chocolate bar as your entry ticket. Take me there!! All the women just got excited right?? That's how I felt too before I walked through the entrance gate and realised this 5€ was the biggest waste of money. I should have trusted the trip advisor reviews. Ok so there was ...
... to look like a Dragon, but it looked much more like a mansion. We went inside to look at it as well. Earlier that day we saw the Barcelona Cathedral which was an amazingly detailed and huge church. Apparently, it was only the third best church in Barcelona. On the 24th, we took the underground to Sagrada Familia. It was a huge castle-like church and had lots of towers. It had ...
... he decided to walk on back to the hotel to rest. Probably a good move if he wanted to get back there today with the speed of the tourist bus! Guess that age really is starting to catch up with him. Back at the pub, things weren't looking great for the tv coverage. They could only choose between having a replayed game of American football on, or a live game of a final in the AFL. I guess it was the right choice in showing the American football, given there were ...
... in America for people to be lacking in political insight or education, in Portugal it seemed as though they had abandoned their political futures. The only hope anyone seemed to have was the hope that the European Union would unify Portugal with the remainder of Europe and the political decisions of the EU would be beneficial to Portugal. Despite this less than 35 percent of Portuguese voters decided to vote in the European Parliamentary elections.
... the Sagrada Familia (Holy Family cathedral - we have tickets for Thursday morning). It is half cleaned and half under bubble wrap (a major renovation and construction site - won't be completed till 2026). Marta took us to each of the entrances and explained the symbolism and history with great passion. Gaudi who was apparently devoutly religious, was in his 70's when he was killed crossing the road near the cathedral, so it will be completed by others in ...