BEST WESTERN Hotel Les Palmeres
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... Gaudi (1900-1905) and it is filled with architectural elements but also an inner park area containing beautiful sculptures covered with colourful pieces of broken glass fit together. Unfortunately tickets were sold out for the day so I couldn't go in to see this section. I will just have to come back! However, I did go into the Casa de Gaudi museum. He lived in this house from 1905 to 1925 when he was creating many of his important works. On the way back I hopped ...
... become somewhat familiar with a few of the streets. We decided to try two different places, so we had appetizers at a pintxos bar first - Sagardi Euskal Taberna was the name - and then dinner #2 at a place called Taller de Tapas. Sagardi Euskal Taberna is a place I've wanted to try since we first saw it on Day 5. When you walk into the restaurant, all of the different pintxos are on display on the bar. You simply grab a plate and pick anything that looks good. ...
... the wrong way to America), the Olympic stadium, the Spanish village (which has 112 houses that represent the various regions of Spain), a bull fighting ring (bull fighting has been illegal in Barcelona for three years but is allowed in other regions), the cathedral and a spectacular view of the skyline. For lunch, some decided to try a traditional dish, a paella. We loved the experience! For ...
... with people. We were excited to finally get to buy some cheap goods from well named brands, but our disappointment the bargains were not be had today. So at about 7.30 we head off to catch the express bus home to find out that the only and last bus back to Barcelona was at 9.00pm, so few drinks later we were a very expensive coach tour back home. We finally got home about 10.30 that night and more than happy to hit the ...
... parts of the animals are available from ears to toes. We then purchased some amazing Jamon which was 189 euros a kilo or about $100 a pound. Hand carved off the leg as we watched. We then stopped for a box of Cuban cigars (Ramon Allones). We ventured down to the basement humidor and gazed at the selection of Cubans. We then said goodbye to Miriam our tour guide who was excellent as she showed us her city beyond what ...