BEST WESTERN Hotel Les Palmeres
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... were closed. I'm still not clear why but I guess we are finding some good alternatives... After that we went to a jazz bar (also recommended by our friend at the walking tour). The place was called Jamboree. I had images Of babies playing tiny drums and a xylophone the colours of the rainbow because babies is the first thing I think of when I hear the ...
... Espayna and the walk up the hill to the impressive museum. At the top of the hill we decided that in the heat of the day we would just sit for a while and admire the view across the city at the monuments and buildings and perhaps have a sangria. I have done a bit of walking over the past little while and even my legs were feeling it so we then went through a quick walk through the gardens on our way back to the metro for some connecting trains back to ...
... by how old he was and where he was living at the time. I thought it was really neat to see how unique each time period of his life was.
After the museum, I decided to wander around. I was reading a little tour guide and it mentioned a bike rental place in the neighborhood I was walking in. I had nothing else in mind, so I went to the bike place and rented a bike for 2 hours. I rode around several Barcelona districts including Barceloneta, La ...
... go inside. It is even better on the inside. Incredible space. Beautiful light. Mesmerising shapes. Gaudi was way ahead of his time, and today, we think the answer is that he is a genius. Another round of tapas and sangria for dinner topped off a very simple but full day. We are limited to photos that Paul takes on his phone, as we have just discovered we left the camera cable at ...
Our second day in Barcelona got off to a slow start due in part to jet lag and perhaps a bit too much "happy hour". We had had a wonderful Sunday evening people watching from our balcony. The street cafes were brimming over and it was a jolly mixture of people chatting, children playing, and dogs barking. I can't believe the number of dogs we see in this bustling metropolis. We set off with plans to take ...