Hostal Absolut Centro
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... gorgeous breakfast with the other house guests - only down side no aircon in the middle of the hottest week in Barcelona during their summer. Saweeet! Our first evening sees tapas and sangria, what Spain is most famous for. I feel because we had alcohol under our belts it helped us sleep really well, despite the heat. Kind of just passed out, you know that feeling too right? It's a new day in Barcelona and we head out for a morning jog along the beach. ...
... Another very cool experience in a spectacular place! Day 9 - Swiss Alps: Today we travelled through Italy briefly but on to Switzerland to a small ski town called Engelberg. This place reminds me of Whistler. A gorgeous little town full of restaurants and little shops. We stayed in the cutest rooms with such good vibes, comfy beds and even little choccies on the bed! We had dinner at the ski lodge tonight and then had many drinks in the bar with our tour mates. Day 10 - ...
... as the wait was too long we thought to head back to the hotel so on our way back we grabbed some wonderful souvenirs from a corner shop just down the road from Park GuŽll they had pieces and statues with the same design as the park.
Heading back to the hotel we decided to relax for a few hours as we was exhausted of walking too much.
In the evening we went to our favourite Italian restaurant in Barcelona Gino's ...
... to find a beach for the kids.
We’d been promising Emmanuel a beach throughout the trip. Finally he got his wish. The water was somewhat cold since it was quite late in the evening, but the beach was still full and he had a blast - screaming with excitement and fear as I took him in upto waist deep water and we got hit and tugged by wave and ocean … “No daddy, no, go back go back… no, no, no, go in go in go ...
... we were getting off the bus. You forget how crowded European tourist attractions are. There are enormous numbers of tourists in this town at the moment, all nationalities but always lots of Americans (both young and old), plenty of Germans, and lots from the UK.
We went past the old bullfighting stadium but were told it closed in 1977 so the fights Vicki and I saw in 1977 must have been one of the last fights. Good as it was so bloodthirsty. Also saw the Barcelone FC which ...