Barcelona Hotel Colonial
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... or rather do not want to be responsible for damage to the building. As luck would have it, the reception was busy and the second person that would unlock and guide had disappeared. (probably a smoko break!).
Eventually, she appeared and after going through the routine we were finally on our way. We were making good time along the AP2 and referred to our "Back Roads Spain" book. We selected a couple of destinations that were close to where we would ...
... just went in my little tiny room and prayed that there wouldn’t be a fire.
The next day we were to be up at 9 for breakfast and ready to leave at 10 (Fede told us). So Leah and I did (because remember we feel obliged to do what he says because we are staying in his flat for free). Fede had packed us a lunch (we are supposed to carry our own lunches… he told me this as I put my sandwich in Leah’s back pack…). I just ignored this statement because ...
... to take us to some skate parks and areas with the best street art. I was really looking forward to this tour the most out of all of the ones on offer in Barca. After a 20min walk we arrived at the meeting point out the front of the museum of contemporary art where 20 odd guys were skate boarding on the footpath. There were 2 guys on skateboards with cameras and they were following a few of the skaters around getting close-up action shots. I got a few pics myself and then ...
... us off to bed and up at 4.30am. Carolyn had this crazy idea of going on the Eurostar from Paris to London, which saw us trudging 3 countries (in a plane, trains and automobile!) in order to get to our London destination (could have flown there directly and saved lots of time, effort and money!)... Having said that, we thoroughly enjoyed the experience and even got to see 3 episodes of our 'White Collar ...
Rome is a big, hot, crowded and difficult to navigate city. It's probably best to explore over a a few days, preferably in the off season. Nevertheless, Isobel and I attempted a short venture into the city. In order to get there from the ship, we had to shuttle to the end of the port, walk 15 min to the train, then take a super hot and overcrowded commuter train to the city and then a ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed