Hotel Canal Olimpic
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... area of Barca, south of La Ramblas. There are not many clothes shops or office spaces visible around La Ramblas, mostly food areas where people congregate. Also flower and seed shops, souvenirs etc. So we are headed for Mango, Bershika, Zara, H & M etc and the dept stores. Camp Nou is on the agenda for the boys. They will walk there and back to do a stadium tour and visit the mega store! Then home for a rest and more Barca TV in ...
... and almost fell over, I couldn't believe my eyes. This church is so grandiose and so big that you cannot take it all in at first sight. It is almost to big for your field of vision. Long story short, I was amazed to say the least. We did an audio guided tour as well so we could learn more about Gaudi and his intentions behind this stunning structure. The inside was just as beautiful and just as unique as the outside. The church is estimated to be finished around the ...
... one person elevators which they would stand on and operate to descend lower.
We started on the outskirts, trying to be systematic in our approach to the market. the plan did not last very long! We had a beer and wine before delving into the action! They had meat hanging from the rafters and they looked like pig legs. This "jamon" is aged ham and from what we see, an expensive treat in Spain. We saw many stands with this ham ...
Not counting an early night plagued by jet lag, that mostly include one meal and sleep, we had three full days to explore Barcelona and get what we could from the beautiful city - here are some of the highlights. The first day we went into the Cathedral in the morning which was beautiful. Even better, we spent a few hours exploring a little Christmas market. After that we took a tour of the old town and as usual ...
... t open. I ask and they say it opens at 7:30. It seems the hours are very different here. Lunch is normally from 2/3pm to 5pm and dinner doesn't often get under way until 9, 10, or 11. I was struggling to get use to Frances restaurants not opening until 7/7:30. Both countries love the siesta in the middle of the day. I have an entertaining and interesting dinner in the restaurant. It is also a karaoke bar which is very lively by the time I ...