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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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I finally did get to sleep at about 6am and was up just after 9am. We've just had breakfast and checked our emails in reception. We've heard from the real estate agent Michael who has lined up one, possibly two, properties for us to see this morning. We are meeting him at 11 am. It's now 10.29am so we best be off soon. ... Well, he rescheduled our appointment to 2.45 pm so we were at a bit of a loose end. We decided to walk some more of the suburbs here to get a feel ...
... enough sleep the previous night on the bus and was feeling really tired already. However, when we reach the place, it was totally different from what i expected! It's just like another tourist attraction place with no mountains or hills at all haha. In fact, there was escalators everywhere! Hahaha. There were a lot of illegal vendors on the street selling 1€ decent magnets and I bought 4 ( and stole another 1, HAHAHAHA, ikr, I'm crazy, but ...
... is but a few steps from the door and getting to the Ole Language School recommended by Oliver is but an 8 minute walk away, pretty much a straight line from my new home. So I am officially enchanted --Oficialmente encantada--with Barcelona! A very magical feeling indeed, and a feeling of being so so blessed!
I signed up for 3 weeks of language training by day before my friend Linda Trahan arrives from the Dallas, Texas area for phase 2 of this summer's adventures. By day, ...
... or so. It’s actually very beautiful and I found the cabin roomy enough and the layout easy. This will be more than comfortable for our 10 day voyage.
We made our way for food, found the art gallery (oh heavens!), and the casino. (oh heavens again!) All my vices housed on board!
It was fun checking out the decks but a little too windy and chilly to walk outside. It was an impressive start to our trip. Today was a good ...
We went down to the old harbour part of Barcelona in the afternoon. We went to the Maritime Museum - still under construction - and saw a replica gallery, some stuff (old maps) and a display of 'gegants' used in the Merce Parades. As part of the Festival there was a tall ships regatta in the old harbour. We went onboard the Russian 'Mir' training ship and wandered around the moll. As the City's Merce Festival website said: