Hotel 54 Barceloneta
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A long promenade with the beach on the side , restaurants open for tourists and you can have fresh tasty seafood , chilled out environment, lots of skating, bikes and outdoors activities happening , people playing beachball, nice place to spend the afternoon
... nice little sweat for me on the way up. After our walk we went down to the beach and met up with our tour posse, hired some roller blades and went for a blade down the esplanade of Nice beach. I have only roller bladed a couple of times so I looked pretty special but managed to be ok in the end. We then chilled on the beach for a bit then headed back to our hotel to get ready for a night out in Monaco! Monaco is the second smallest country in the world and very famous for its ...
... have guaranteed entrance at the time which you prefer.
After a good look around the park taking loads of pictures we decided to grab something to eat, next to exit of Park GuŽll there is a restaurant called La Torreta del Park GuŽll and they had a deal for starter, main, dessert, bread and drink €16 per person which was perfect!
At La Torreta del Park GuŽll we had pork chops with chips, ice cream and a drink.
... an amusement park and some stunning views. The church is beautiful inside and out - beautiful mosaic on the inside and a courtyard on the roof with panoramic views. Time flies when you’re having fun and it was soon time to head back to Placa Catalunya to see Aunty Hazel. We took the funicular back down and then walked a mile or so through posh neighborhoods to get to the metro station. The metro in Barcelona doesn’t seems so ...
Up today at 7.30 after our late night. Rather than eat out, we bought some muesli, milk, coffee and bread so we could have a slow start in the apartment.
After showers, we got going around 9am and went up the road to the buses that take you around the city. A day pass was 27 Euro and there were two routes, each around two hours that took you right around the main areas in the city.
A very different view from the open top deck. We saw a lot of the old 1992 Olympic venues ...