Hotel Azul Barcelona
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... as I was returning the key, my purse (sitting next to Katie) was stolen as she watched the exchange. She turned to find my purse gone and caught a glimpse of my purse. When she yelled, the man sat the purse down and muttered, "I'm sorry" then calmly walked away. After a couple minutes of stewing, we realized it was a ploy. We had been duped! A woman in front of us craned back to give a toothy smile and a thumbs up to us. It only added to my humiliation.
We spent some ...
... of the park was the lookout that is bordered by a wave of mosaic tiled benches with a spectacular view of the city- quite pretty and magical. As you continue through the park you also see a walkway made out of sculptured rock which leads you to the exit of the park. In my honest opinion the park was nice but not worth the money, maybe on a sunny day I would have had a different experience but in the wet we were in and out quite quickly.
... southwest of Barcelona, and conveniently near the airport. For a few Euros more than the Homestay room, we surprisingly find ourselves in a four star hotel, with our own bathroom and quiet accomodations. A good nights sleep is needed before Peter's 4:45 am shuttle to the airport. Kate is staying on for a couple more days in this area, and then will be joined by her friend Sally from Ephrata, Washington. Together, they will travel to Paris and Northern Germany for two and ...
... such perfect little balconies that it blows your mind that people actually get to live there, or some ridiculously cute independent stores, or maybe you will turn the corner and there will be a little placa with a café where people are laughing and drinking. Or maybe it will be the big and gorgeous Placa de les Glories Catalanes, or the wide streets and designer shops of Passiege de Gracia. When you wander and have no innate sense of direction (me), ...
After almost 3 hours, and having to deal with a grump old guy who spoke more like a teenage boy (mono sylabic grunts, whose only english was "its not possible", I get it sorted, we sort of. We have our reserved train tickets to Narbonne, but will have to book the rest of the journey to Aix En Provence when we arrive in Narbonne as the spanish cant book french trains (although the French can book spanish trains), which after pointing out the inequality to grumpy, ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility