Aqua Hotel Aquamarina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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We woke about 8.30 to another brilliantly fine warm day. The plan for the day was to walk to Sagrada Familia. Google maps showed it to be a 45 minute walk which would get us there in about the same time as the Hop On shop Off and we would see things we wouldn't by bus including the gardens and arc de triomf if we chose to go that way which we did. But first we wanted to get the blog and all the photos up to date. By the time we left the hotel it was 11.45. We walked ...
We spent yesterday just relaxing by the beach and pool. It is a total chill out spot. The boys hired a paddle boat and paddled their way through the water. The sand is a bit coarse. It's not as fine as ours in Aus. I'm over it being on the RV floor though.
We have had two nights of really big lighting storms that hit in the early evening. The one last night was a real light show. It was amazing to watch from the beach.
We have been eating out because it is so cheap here. I ...
... a brief tour of the Monastery. Ian and I decided an ice cream was in order after all that sweating and walking, so we only spent a few minutes in the church. We then headed off for Barcelona, the last stop of our Explorer tour. One of our group, Miranda, celebrated her birthday today and we went out for dinner at a local restaurant. We had also sung her happy birthday on the bus and toasted her during our cava ...
The majority of today was spent on a hop-on-hop-off bus doing the touristy thing around Barcelona. They are €27 for a single day pass. They travel on two routes. One goes east sling the sea past the harbour and where much of the seafront was revamped for the Olympics in 1992. We hen transferred to the second bus route which goes west up to the more exclusive parts of Barcelona and the FC Barcelona stadium. On both routes Antonio Gaudi's handy work can be seen - whether it is ...
... There were several stalls that sold fruit slushy-like drinks, made from all different fruits or combination of fruits. I got a mango and pomegranate one and then left to continue down La Rambla. La Rambla is surprisingly organized. They have all of the flower and seed vendors together, then all of the animal related vendors (tropical fish, bird houses), and towards the end nearer to the water, all of the arts and crafts vendors (purses, scarves, toys, jewelry). ...