Residencia La Ciutadella
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... sup>th June and before then have Barcelona, the French Riviera and most of Italy to travel.For this reason, we won’t be staying anywhere long, and tomorrow we have planned 2 drives so that we end the day in Barcelona. We find our car park in Zaragoza and –this is a new one – it’s a theme park! As our website says, there are no restrictions, but the whooping, screaming, scraping, clacking and grinding goes on until 9:30pm. In the ...
... hands digging into the soil, and the feel of that wet, moist soil on my skin. I feel all of it, the gravel, the water, the leaves, and the sensation in my fingers. It burns, and soothes at the same time. And then I know, this is what I was meant to do. It’s the most natural thing in the world – tend to nature, work in harmony with it and be a part of this wonderful cycle of life. ...
... I spot a lady with the most amazing and cool tattoos. She looks stunning in her retro 50's gear. I would have took a pic but feel would have been rude without her permission. Once we alight we walk up to watch the Magic Fountains. There are hundreds of people there taking pics and enjoying the spectacle. It's one part of Barcelona we have never seen despite our many visits. We enjoy large brandy sand cafe solos in the hotel bar before restring to our ...
... runs from the center of the city down to the port. It has a large pedestrian mall down the center where all of the tourists gather and meander. There are beautiful flower stands, tourist stands, gelato and chocolate and much much more. It also runs along the Gothic Quarter so I headed home to get ready for a night out!
In my world you cannot come to Spain without seeing Flamenco. I attended a Flamenco show in the evening and it ...
... what to do since we´d given up hope for sleeping in the room. We then decided to grab our blankets etc and move into the common room where the other Israeli girl had already set up camp. The hostel workers asked what we were doing and we explained everything. They said that we could lock the common room door and sleep on the bean bags. I asked if the guy was checking out tomorrow so that we could sleep better tomorrow night. He checked and no luck. The three of us ate some ...