Hostal Felipe II
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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... some and head up to deck 12. Here is where you can find Raffles Court (the buffet), Tivoli pool, the hot tubs, the Galaxy lounge, the spa, fitness center, internet room, library, and card/game rooms. I book a massage for afternoon the day we are at Mykonos. The library is nice. There are books you can sign out and others that are left just for exchange. I pick out a book for our beach day at Toulon tomorrow since I haven't tried to read my tablet ...
... our audio guides and wandered off on another voyage of education. Having been thoroughly underwhelmed by our "modern art" experience in Madrid, this restored out faith. The two main facades which have been finished were beautiful - and really interesting in the two different styles that they present - but the most incredible aspect of the Cathedral we both found to be the central na´ve.Gaudi, the primary architect was apparently fascinated by nature and light, so the ...
Hello again, well we are now in Barcelona, thanks to Di and Geoff, if it wasn't for them we would have missed the transfer to here.... We had our cases packed all ready for an early rise at 5.00 am, however, we overslept!! We booked our early reminder call and for 5.00 am, the ph rang at 1.15 am, not the reminder call we ...
... the west. Crossed over into Rambla de Mer, a trendy area with shops and restaurants. I would have been just as happy to hang around the streets of the Gothic Quarter.
Decided we needed a coffee and cake but gave up on the idea after awhile, figuring there would be something at the train/subway station Saint Sants. Got the subway at Place de Catalunya [1E], coins being tossed in by everyone.
We were there c 1400. We got a sense of the Zaragoza ...
... the station to find no mention of our train on the electronic board. Craig enquired at Information but the person spoke no English. We thought she said bus and pointed to the other side of the terminal. Craig thought maybe we were at the wrong station and would have to bus there. Through speaking with a couple of passengers we heard that the train to Barcelona was still not operating due to the flood. On the other side of the terminal were 5 buses and 5 bus loads of ...