Aqua Hotel Onabrava
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... before it's scheduled departure and ran the cable car, bus, bus process in reverse. We intended to get off the Hop On Hop Off bus at the port to have a drink before walking home to freshen up for dinner, but the bus terminated at the square/roundabout at the top of La Rambla. It was 6.15pm and the info. we had was that the buses run until 8pm. So we walked home to get ready for the evening. We walked to Port Vell for dinner. A short walk to the south end of La ...
... at Sagrada familia which is a Basilica that they started building in 1882 and are still constructing with an estimated completion date of 2026. It is pretty amazing to look at, but it is very weird. It looks as though it has bits from each different decade that it has been built through.
Just had a relaxing massage on the beach from a nice Asian lady followed by a few beers on the beach while watching the boys play in the surf. Nice way to end Fathers ...
... construction some 88 years after his death. Architects consider it the greatest honour to contribute to its ongoing development. We also visited Cason Batllo which is completely covered in ceramic tiles of amazing designs and colours. Excellent paella and sangria topped a wonderful ...
... with the words "Mes Que Un Club" written in the seats, but it was incredibly different seeing it in person. It was a great feeling. Next I was able to see the press areas for both quick post-match interviews and for large press conferences when the club announces major decisions.
The next part of the tour was another real treat. I was able to see the visitors locker room. While I was unable to see the Barca locker room, just knowing that the visitor locker room has ...
... Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi, the cathedral is full of light, the enormous pillars reaching the high ceiling resembling giant trees, with dappled light shining through canopy-like structures. The effect is incredible. Gaudi was influenced by nature in every aspect of his work, and it is said that there are no straight lines in the SF because there are no straight lines in nature. We both agreed that this is our favorite church, because the ...