Hotel Rey Don Jaime I
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... the desk, clearly a lot of thought went into the design of the room. We jumped into our bathing suits and headed back up to the roof and into the pool. So refreshing. Christopher slept, I read and swam (not at the same time)!
Dinner was set for 8:30pm at Sauc in the Hotel. OMFG what a wonderful dinner. We dined for 3 and a half hours. We started with each receiving a green Italian olive and a ...
... time to get changed out of Sverre's bike clothes, make sure my pack was in order, make a bathroom trip and have a little walk about Denia. With 5 minutes until departure, my bus wasn't there yet. I started to panic, thinking we were maybe at the wrong bus station. Sverre asked at the office and they said the bus was still coming. While he was checking, I had my eticket attachment open from the email ALSA sent me ready to go and when I looked at my phone, somehow the ...
... bed (the last private bedroom for a while I think) and just great relaxing atmosphere.
Back to Spain! I thought Barcelona was going to be chaotic and colourful, cramped and disorderly. Yeah I don't know where I got that impression from because it is far from that. Wide spacious and clean streets pave the way through this sophisticated city. I originally booked my hostel for two nights, and ended ...
Started the date late. It was going to be early, a wake up at 8:30am, but with the shutters in place, it seemed a bit nice to just lay in the dark room. Next thing you know, it's 10am. Blah. I get ready then head to the other old-type bakery downstairs. This time it's the Granja Dulcinea. I finally get the roll that all the Spanish people here eat, it's the same pastry I had last night, but with the spaghetti squash jam inside. The jam was a bit sweet ...
... Barcelona is a city within the province Catalonia, which has its own Language, traditions and culture that are independent from other provinces of Spain. The Catalonians speak Catalan as well as Spanish, and they are very proud of their independence. They even have their own government and wish to become a separate country in the future.
After lunch we went to the Salvador Dali Museum. Salvador Dali lived in Barcelona and is most famous for his 'persistence of memory' (melting ...