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... where the Gaudi is. It was BEAUTIFUL! The weather was perfect I had to only wear a light sweater and a vest! Then we walked around the Gaudi gardens and got to see all the beautiful art work that surrounded the Park Guell benches. We then headed to the Marina area where we got sangria and margaritas by the water! It was beautiful! Then we headed to a tapas place called Tapas 24, which was really good but then we decided we were way to hungry for tapas so ...
... repayment period to 40 years so many people here and from England bought second homes. They ended up just handing the keys back when they were unable to pay the mortgage. There are still many homes built preparing for this now vacant. Apparently here the mortgage is attached to the house and not the person. The drivers are as impatient as in France creating lanes when they need to and blowing the horn whenever possible. joanne ...
... br> We settled in for a bit, then got restless. So, down to the "American Bar” on the first
floor. We ordered our drinks from the
Italian waiter & Italian bartender….. good thing they weren’t talking about
us….we understood EVERYTHING they said!!
Drink done back upstairs.
This room is beautiful. Oh, we’re SO going back to Barcelona, if only
to say at the Hotel Ohla.
Some woke up a little seedy while Lauren was fresh as a daisy. We made sure all our bags were packed and got our transfer to the port at 12:00pm for the 5 hour ferry back to Athens. Very little sleep for everyone on uncomfy chairs and noisy people. We arrived back at Athenstyle Hotel where we stored our luggage and had our last exploration of the flee market. We met some of our busabout group in the basement for an intense game of memory, then it was time to say goodbye ...
... seems they felt a 10 pont font on their sign was all that was needed for clear visibility to customers looking to find them...lol. it is a neat compact Renault called a Grand Scenic. Seats 6 people (well 7 really) with fold down rear seats... though not to much room for luggage :-(
No problems, we had figured this might be an issue so brought along a roof bag... so with a couple of straps holding it on tightly... we are ...