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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Next we went to see the Pavello Miles de van der Rohe- it was closed. But it was nice to just see it from the outside. By now there were hundreds of people all over the grassy area and in other areas waiting to see the fountain light show. The Font Magica show was interesting and nice but nothing like our Belaggio in Las Vegas. So we left early to beat the crowds and because we were told there was a concert in the next square but when we ...
... by tall buildings, we made our way to the center of the center where there was an amazing cathedral with many outdoor entertainment groups. One that particularly enjoyed was Barnakustica, a three person ensemble apparently from Switzerland. They played various string instruments and a little piano accordion thing. Anyway, we sat down in this corridor to listen to them for a while and gaze up at the outside ...
So when we landed in Barcelona we hailed a taxi for 6, shoved our bags in and were on our way to our apartment. When we got there, we were greeted by a man with our keys and also a ton of construction.... what was this about? Well.. apparently they are revamping the place and putting in an elevator and of course they were working on it throughout the duration of our stay. So we got to our apartment and it was AWESOME. There were 2 bedrooms, 2 singles in 1 room and a king in the ...
... He walked away in a huff and brought our tea. We checked out email, drank our tea, waited for the cheese.....the cheese never came. It was time to leave, sans formage, as they say in France, Ce La Vie.
We docked in Barcelona and said goodby to the Splendor of the Seas. We did not know what to expect when we boarded the ship and while our time on the ship was good but I'm not sure if we would do it again. The right destination and a ...
... unique and amazing architecture. I really liked the feel of Toledo, but the streets would get me lost in a heartbeat. We then got to see the painting by El Greco, El Entierro del Conde de Orgaz. Cool to see a massive mural of something/someone I have been learning about for a few weeks now!
That night I got back and made guacamole for Tony and the boys.. I was worried about it because I did not have all of my usual ingredients, but it actually turned out really good, and ...