Abba Rambla Hotel
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... to spend on the beach, but decided to walk up to Casa Batllo, a house that was designed by Gaudi and is utterly spectacular. We walked down to the beach from there but it was a bit crowded for us. We hung out there for awhile then went to another great tapas dinner.
We enjoyed our last morning in Barcelona then headed to the airport back to Amsterdam. I was so excited to show Mom my current home...
... a short sunbathe, we wade in and snorkel, but after only 10 minutes Jonny yelps and jumps out of the water. “Something stung me!” he cries and when I ask if it was a jellyfish he replies, “I don’t know, I didn’t see it.”
For 5 minutes, there is no mark. Then it goes rash-like red, before eventually big white welts appear. It’s painful and Jonny can feel some muscle paralysis so I decide to look for help. I search for ...
... busy space with traditional dance lessons and people feeding the pigeons. We then walk down La Rambla a magnificent street that goes from the Placa to the port admiring buildings, the Boqueria market and Miro pavement. At the port there is the famous Columbus Tower and we walk around the harbour then through the Placa de Real to the Gothic quarter for lunch. Next to the Cathedral, La Seu, impressive inside with unusual ...
... on it, and third side said BARCA (the club’s shorter name), and the fourth and final side said:
ME’S QUE UN CLUB
the club’s slogan. It means:
MORE THAN A CLUB
The day was amazing and without a doubt my favourite day in Barcelona. I loved it.If someone asked me to give my day a rating out of 10, I would give it a 250 out of 10. It was awesome.
... in a phone while the other parties feel ignored. The children are not either. The dining element in Europe is very intimate and personal. Eating outside on the sidewalk or in the plaza is awesome. It slows down the eating process and makes the meal more of an ordeal.
Around the cathedral was definitely the tourist district, as I have mentioned before. There is a street lined with shops and stores selling all kinds of products. ...