Catalonia Park Guell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today I collect my Anne from the airport. Due to flying separately, the flights were a day apart. This will make it easier for Anne as I know she doesn't fly well and will be ready to sleep quite a bit when she gets in. I started early and watched and listened to the hubbub below me in the square rise to the normality of the day, the locals going bout their normal business, the paper-man giving away his daily paper, the ...
... some cheese. I go strolling around our neighbourhood (while Dick naps) as far as the Bascilica Santa Maria del Mar and get to hear the choir at the tail end of the evening mass. We discover so many different places for shopping or dining each time we wander because everyone keeps different hours for trading so the street scape is constantly changing. It's a fantastic area. Charming. Dinner gets missed altogether! Seems tiredness takes priority over hunger ...
... to explore Barcelona.
At the end of the street leading to the Port of Barcelona there is an impressive column with four huge black lions standing guard on each corner. Battery Boy turned to Video Girl and said, "Remember the tradition of kissing the lioness' behind in Girona well it's the same here, but a little different." "How can it be the same, but different?", Video Girl enquired. "Well in Girona it was a lioness, in Barcelona it is a ...
... 8220;best establishment decorated in the artistic-ornamental style”, and has therefore always been considered a jewel in the crown of Catalonian modernism. We did the tour and then stayed for lunch.
Torre Bellesguard, also known as Casa Figueres, is a modernist manor house designed by Catalan architect Antoni GaudÝ, which was constructed between 1900 and 1909. It is located at the SarriÓ-Sant Gervasi district.
... stools and meeting the many
people you sat with. No such thing as personal space, you touched every person
you sat beside and as the wait staff moved about, I had to lean over the table
to allow them to pass. They also would come to you, ask you to stand whilst
they moved your stool just a couple of inches one way to allow a ‘path’ through
the people. The atmosphere was infectious; everyone dang clapped and even found
small spaces ...