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- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... sangria and horchata (horchata is a cold drink made from tiger nuts, water, and sugar, and sometimes barley or ground almonds)...a different flavor than I was expecting, but very good nonetheless.
Finally time for the Sagrada Familia...designed by Gaudi, construction on the Sagrada Familia began in 1882 and is projected to finish in 2026 (the 100 year anniversary of Gaudi's death), following Gaudi's original plans. ...
... all around us Claibourne's lowlight: the length of the FC Barcelona tour.... Brian's highlight: today's high temperature, 79 degrees with a nice cool sea breeze Brian's lowlight: I thought the Path of the Gods was on the Amalfi coast, not in the FC Barcelona stadium (but overall, I really enjoyed the tour. Unlike see above person.) Christine's highlight: FC Barcelona tour Christine's lowlight: servers at dinner ignoring us. I was thirsty and ...
... down towards Placa Catalunya. Kristi found a large Zara Home, and decided that it was time to find the home goods she was looking for. While she and Grammy were plotting my financial destruction, the rest of us sat outside on a park bench, and watched a protest go by. From what I could tell, it looked like undocumented immigrant workers that were seeking either citizenship, or at least more rights. I guess everyone has the same ...
Unfortunately one of my travel pitfalls has been writing a blog entry only to lose everything written because the connection cuts out. So this is the second time I write this entry today and this time from Munich Airport, whilst en route to Venice. The first writing was undertaken whilst at the airport leaving Barcelona. We arrived in plenty of time to do everything that needs to be done for an international flight; of course ...
In Spain my name is Cristina. It just feels so much better when it rolls of the tongue with a Spanish accent!
I have been in Barcelona since Thursday night and what a change of pace from Greece. It is busy, bustling and full of so many people and energy. And there is so much to do...and EAT! The question was where to begin.
Friday morning I woke up with the start of a cold. My first stop was the farmicia. I got some ...