Royal Marina Gardens
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we headed back to the hotel, and back up to the rooftop bar for one final quiet drink! Eek! This time I decided I couldn't go a whole week in Spain without having a mojito, so Daniel and I ordered one, and together with Dad's beer, the three of us just say quietly relaxing, feeling very much lucky to be having such an amazing time in an amazing location. Some people didn't see it this way, with a bloke from Lithuania, who we saw being so rude earlier in the afternoon, preying in ...
... without taxing brain or
body. Money well-spent, as I relaxed
into the beauty and delighted in his fantastic vision. The interior of Sagrada Familia is beyond words, taking the original idea of expressing spirit in art literally to new heights.
Speaking of money, aside
from tourist thingys and areas, living like a local is very cheap here. For example, my daily cappuccino is 1.50E,
and that 4-course meal with a drink was ...
... and some American guy that none of us were entirely sure of his name. The American guy kept buying us all pitchers of sangria and Heineken and we chatted until about 1 in the morning! At this point in time, we were offered a free club trip from a girl, who may or may not have been from the hostel but she had a clipboard so she looked official. After a couple more drinks, Jeremie, Karliana, and I took up her offer the second time around. She told us we would need to change ...
... in catching my flight to Madrid. I chose a basic (cheap) motel right on the waterfront about 15 minutes south of the airport. Really felt like a stroll on the beach. I had asked with my booking if I could have a room with a view. Fingers crossed as it was on the beach. As it was, there was lots of smoke around so was easy to zoom down that 130km highway. Hardly any traffic on the road other than trucks, but having three lanes makes it a ...
... feet after were so smooth and I just felt, overall, refreshed. After our little fishy adventure we headed out
for our last dinner in Barcelona. No restaurant could come close to being how good the one we had the night before was, but we thought we would at least try. We stopped at one where we had the La Sagrada Familia as our view. The La Sagrada Familia is a famous church in
Barcelona designed by the same architect as Park Guell. It is massive in size and the details ...