Hotel Azul Barcelona
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... at least 20minutes having a bit of a clap and small bounce on the spot enjoying the entertainment before we decide to head to a store called the Chocolate Box. Id seen a chocolate croissant that I HAD to try (hehe). So we head back and get some dessert and walk it off on the way home.
We get back to the hotel and I don’t even remember falling asleep or saying goodnight. All I remember was tucking myself into bed. So I must have been extremely tired.
... with their lifejackets to go through the drill of what to do in case of an emergency. There are a load of people on this boat and I really do hope there isn't an emergency during our "holi-bob" as I think some of the dimwits here would struggle to follow instructions and there would probably be a stampede.
Dinner was a mad affair. Our midget waiter (who shall be forever known as Lord Farquad from Shrek) ...
... put on by the modern art museum (Fundacio Joan Miru, I think?). That's the kind of art I like.
For a single day in Barcelona I think I did all right. I could easily spend another day here, as there are a few things I wouldn't mind seeing. I learned quite a bit about Spanish culture on the walking tour, which I'm grateful for. I had no idea that 85% of people here in the Catalonian region want to become ...
This morning started off quite a bit earlier than yesterday, but we were still a bit slow to get out of the door. It was probably due to Jenny sharing You Tube videos with us, of some girl who literally burned off a chunk of her hair using a curling iron...Santa better pray that Jenny doesn't do the same or he is PNG in my book! But it was very funny and we laughed so hard, we all had tears streaming down our faces!
Now on to the trip:
Heading out this morning, ...
... shapes. La Pedrera is an apartment block such as had never been seen before. The photos do not do it justice and words cannot describe the sinuous shapes of the walls, the balconies. Everything in this complex was thought out and flows naturally from one space to the next. Our souvenir from this trip- door nobs designed by Gaudi for the apartment for our soon to be replaced hall closet . They ...