Catalonia Park Putxet Hotel
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Oh Barcelona you shady shady place.
Last night we went and had a traditional French meal in the town of Lyon. It was a beautiful place, very old and quaint with cobblestone roads. I sat with my roomie and two of our friends from Australia. We really wanted to get a taste of France, and went a little crazy. I think the waitress thought we were nuts. We started with escargot and frogs …
The second day in Barcelona began with a tour of the city, where we saw the Olympic stadium overlooking the city and ocean and then on to a walking tour of thhe Gothic Quarter and La Rambla district. We saw a school of children at recess, playing kickball against a church wall where numerous people had been executed for not sharing in the beliefs …
... packed by the time we got there but our strategy of following Vilafranca paid off because people get out of their way and we were able to secure a spot in front of and to the right of the Ajuntament. The three groups arrived in what seems to be traditional style with Pilars Caminants, moving pillars about 5 people high and as luck would have it, Vilafranca occupied the area just to the left of us.
Barcelona started off with an impressive and complex tower and ...
... crowded but didn't take us too long to be served. Such a healthy breakfast. I got a donut and a sundae! Hubby got an egg McMuffin. He got the last one as the customer behind him asked for one and was told breakfast was no longer being served.
An acquaintance had told us of his visit to Barcelona a couple of years ago and said that he did the "hop on hop off" bus and thought it very good and worthwhile and that he got to see a lot of different things. ...
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