Hotel Catalonia Castellnou
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... take off your shoes to cool down. When we arrive and park up in Rota, we are keen to make the most of the remaining sun.We had hoped to try out our new snorkels and masks the previous day in Villa Real de Santo Antonio, but had found the crashing waves and chilly sea less than appealing. We cycle in; about a 10-15 minute ride, and get straight in the sea. It is bath-warm but a little cloudy and although I see a crown of mullet,Jonny does not. Snorkelling + beach ...
... br> In light of our hectic week of sightseeing, Amy and I decided to simply lay out on the beach on Saturday. And that's what we did. The sun was a nice break from the dismal weather we had been used to, and it was so nice to not have a plan at all today. We just laid out on the beach all day and enjoyed the sunshine.
I will end with a funny story. Tapas is a Spanish cultural food, so naturally I wanted to try it. However, I had no idea what it was. So ...
When you tell people you are going to Spain they ask if you are going to Barcelona and before you can reply they tell you how it was their favourite city in all of Europe and how you HAVE to go there. Ironically in life though when someone gives you their 'favourite' you unintentionally set high expectations and when you finally do get there it never turns out as good as you imagined. Not so with Barcelona, the punters were right, Barcelona is ...
... the 14th most "livable city" in the world according to lifestyle magazine Monocle. Similarly, according to Innovation Analysts 2thinknow, Barcelona occupies 13th place in the world on Innovation Cities™ Global Index. Barcelona has a long-standing mercantile tradition. Less well known is that the region was one of the earliest to begin industrialization in continental Europe, beginning with textile-related works from the mid-1780s but really gathering momentum in the ...
... they were on board. You really didn't need to announce it, we all took notice of you when you can strutting into the gate area with your rather distasteful choice of clothing. I had a Spanish man next to me and we fell into a funny conversation me speaking English and German hoping he understands one of the two which he didn't. It was fun and challenging to try and communicate that he needed to stand up like pronto so I can get out before my bladder goes bust in me! ...