Best Western Mediterraneo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... you an idea of the sort of things that are on offer tomorrow : Dancing with the stars at sea - passengers can compete in strictly come dancing style competition to win a free cruise BB King blues bar Wine tasting Cocktail sampling Morning yoga Back pain seminar and workout in the gym Shopping sale Cycle spinning class Boot camp Flower arranging class Art seminar Windows 8.1 lessons Intro to acupuncture Cooking show Poker tournament Pub quiz ...
... what to do since we´d given up hope for sleeping in the room. We then decided to grab our blankets etc and move into the common room where the other Israeli girl had already set up camp. The hostel workers asked what we were doing and we explained everything. They said that we could lock the common room door and sleep on the bean bags. I asked if the guy was checking out tomorrow so that we could sleep better tomorrow night. He checked and no luck. The three of us ate some ...
... of paper without any map so we were keeping our fingers crossed that we would be able to find the right exit.
Once we got to the rental lot, it took us a good 15 minutes to figure out how to adjust the seat and then we were finally on our way, following the handwritten directions to our hotel. To our surprise, we only missed the last exit by 1 street and managed to wind our way back through the streets to ...
... night was with our new friends from Sydney, Scotland and London where we enjoyed another magnificent sunset at the restaurant outside on the rear deck and a brief visit from the dolphins yet again.
We laughed and enjoyed the company of the great crew and as always, ate and drank way too much! Sadly following dinner it was back to the cabin to pack as the suitcases must be ready for collection by 11pm. So the next morning we said our farewells to ...
... and will have to return to catch things like the beach and the Picasso museum. Our bus trip took us past many of Barcelona's most famous buildings many by Gaudi. Antoni Gaudi was a Catalan architect who lead the late-1800 Modernisme movement. This movement sought to oppose traditional and religious expressions in Spain ( think Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris) and to embrace or renew the country via art. Architecture was only one expression of the Modernisme movement. ...