BEST WESTERN Hotel Les Palmeres
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I woke this morning to hear the rain outside and I could feel the chill in the air. I decided to call a friend and I was having a lovely conversation when I heard a knock on my door. When I opened it, I was greeted by my lovely pension landlord asking me in Spanish to keep my voice down!!!!! Bloody hell. The noise in the street last night kept me awake till all hours so I don't understand why it could be ...
... I'm sorry, I misjudged you. You are a beautiful, quirky, energetic city, with great lively beaches, rich historic quarters, amazing gardens , exciting modern architecture and alleyway after alleyway of great shops and bars. I didn't know this, I'm sorry. I have returned, however, and been dropped into an amazing historic building within the now demolished walls of the old city, in a myriad of narrow winding ...
Does packing suck or is it just me? I Plane ride torture Stopped in Zurich Got to barcelona Met driver To apt Met Rachel for apt overview Unpacked Walked around Scoped out grocery store Walked semi aimlessly Stumbled on la seu. The cloister w white geese then inside Went to artists market Got cheese Walked along la rsmblas home. So sore! Stumped at home Ate at octopus place on our street Grocery store bought cute tshirts for the boys Home ...
... Espania, an earlier exhibition site with a wide avenue, fountains of great excitement, grand buildings and just-so gardens. From here there it was up onto the heights of Montjuic, a 'hill' above the city, the site of the 1992 Olympics. The stadium was on this high point and was impressive. The journey revealed to us the location of the Joan Miro foundation. Later this week.
The panorama of the city from this point was stunning. And, we ...
... started running in the general direction of the venue, Santa Maria del Pí. It isn't a big enough church to be marked on the map, so I used GPS. Yet good old Google Maps seemed to be taking me round and round in circles while time was ticking. I asked 4 different locals yet nobody seemed to know what I was talking about. Too many churches even for them! In the end I simply zoomed in on Google Maps and found my own way there. I made it just on time, but found ...