Residencia Erasmus Gracia
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... s vision behind each of the rooms and the different pieces within the rooms, like the niche and the different color of tiles in the atrium going up to the top. All in all, an impressive building, with an even more impressive roof top overlooking Barcelona (Barcelona doesn't have that many tall buildings, so going to the top of all of these things is not that tough).
Following my tour of the casa, it is around 5:30 and while it is ...
... to recreate some of the photos of the beach club sunset that evening Tony was very upset. We decided to finish our Spanish trip with a very non-typical meal of sushi. But in our defence, it was the top rated restaurant in Vilanova and we hadn't had any sushi since leaving HK! We were asked if we wanted to have a set meal that included Gin testing on the roof terraced however they wanted 30EUR per meal so we decided to go a la ...
... Phil trying to run back up the travelater clutching the suitcase to the amusement of onlookers! Being told we could actually pay for it downstairs! Gold!
Trying to communicate - fantastic fun!
Being asked to produce passport every time we used the credit card. That Aussie accent! One transaction I decided to play the game. Ole she says, ole I say back. Speaks fast Spanish to me. Si I say back. She nods, I nod, si I say again. Produce credit card. She doesn't ask for ...
... br> No monks were seen :(
After the return train ride back, we shopped on the Ramblas and got take out to eat (Tommy dropped my Asian food but we were able to save it). We dined on our hotel balcony. Little did we know that it came with a dinner show of juggling and music as seen in the pictures.
The paseo down the Ramblas to the harbor was the icing to this day.
... the railway station which was an expense that could easily have been avoided if we'd felt a little more physical enthusiasm and within about 10 minutes we were seated on the Barcelona train.
Julie had also booked flights to Reus for my birthday in November and the plan was to visit Altafulla where their Festa Major was in full swing, with castellers actually on my birthday and the train stopped there so we were able to get a bit of a look at what seemed a pleasant enough ...