Royal Marina Gardens
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Next was the outside of the grand Barcelona Cathedral, built on the backs of the poor for the religious service of the rich. On a wall in the square was a large Picasso on display, put up by the city with great excitement from a sketch he sent them on a cocktail napkin (he only submitted it as an insult to an artistic rival who was going to be exhibited there at the same time). Nearby the Picasso was the entrance to the old city, the pillars a vertical window through time from ...
Got up early to figure out how to get to the train to Montserrat. Walked to Subway (L1), took subway to Espanya Staction, found the Montserrat ticket window and bought two tickets (senior) to Montserrat for about 40 euros total. Then found the track and train and rode for one hour to Montserrat. Took the cable car up the mountain and vola -- we are there! We went to info center and developed a plan. Had a small breakfast since we had not ...
Beautiful day today. In fact it was almost too warm. It was 22 degrees. Did quite well at deck sports today. Reached both finals in the morning and both semis in the afternoon. George was in two semis in the morning and in two finals in the afternoon. He and his partner won the shuffleboard. In between we sunbathed and I ...
Today was the big drive over to Spain.
So we loaded up the car and set off.
Not much to say about the drive but we did go over the Pyrenees mountains and they were beautiful seeing all the snow on the top and the windy road round it it was amazing.
When we got there it was very hard to find a car park we looked for a while and after driving through a came to ...
Breakfast was a simple but indulgent affair. They sat and ate cakes from "Caelum", an artisan bakery that sources its cakes and sweets, called Temptacions de Monestirs from the nuns at the Cathederal, yum, yum, yum. Although devilishly delicious I think these nuns trained with the same nuns that made the gin and tonic in Cuencha. In the photograph you can see that Battery Boy has waded in to the shallow end of the cake pool to ease into ...