Hotel Azul Barcelona
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... below are examples of both the competition and the displays. This was a lovely hour or so and on exiting, there were many samples of different chocolate to try!
we now needed to walk so more so we headed back up the La Rambla through the back streets. We found another rather obscure coffee bar themed around Casablanca where we again stopped for coffee. Off again and headed for home.
tonight we pack as tomorrow we start the next part of this amazing holiday - the cruise! ...
Monday was a short ferry ride from the island of Ios towards Santorini. If you look at a map, the island virtually hugs a dormant volcano and is built entirely on rock. We arrived into town at around lunch time and after a long, hot, long, draining, long search for our hotel we found it out in the back blocks of bloody nowhere. You had to go past where the donkeys live to actually find our hotel. Despite this, there was a tiny little pool and after ...
Made our way back to Perpignan from Vernet Les Bains by the 1 euro bus Saturday lunchtime. Thank goodness for this bus system! Trains are still out. Peter booked a weekend deal for a studio unit in the same apartments that we stayed at on our way through before as it was cheaper for three nights than two! Figure that out! Then, as we didn't come until Saturday the guy charged even less. The apartments are good and ...
... onto the fence. The path then split, you could go down or you could go up. Most of the people were going down so we followed them. As we went down, the rock face to the left was beautiful. so many different rich colors and grains throughout the rock. Not sure if it was granite or something completely different. Then we started seeing a bunch of peddlers who appeared to be Indian or Pakistani, spreading out souvenirs on sheets across the ground. Also another ...
... time (sorry broken record). We got off at Nou Camp stadium (football), and spent a bit of time in the biggest football shop in the world!! Didn't bother with the museum as we don't really know enough about the team and it was 80 euro for us to get in. Back on the bus and back into the city, drove along some beautiful roads, with beautiful buildings, so lots of blurry building photos with lamp posts in them! Hopped off at Playa Catalunya, where the queues waiting to get on ...