Catalonia Park Guell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Started the day with the hotel buffet breakfast again, this time I had an omelette with ham, cheese and mushrooms, toast and juice. Good hearty meal to set me off on the day. (Perfect as I didn't end up eating much during the day). I had to check out and swap rooms from a single room to a twin share for intrepid. I booked a city tour highlights for …
... surprise. We follow a happy, clapping musical procession and admire the grand alters strewn about the city. It is a wonderful atmosphere and a most enjoyable experience. Eventually, our feet begin to ache, so we return to Ruby and journey on towards Madrid. We stop in Puerto Lapice, where there are full motorhome service facilities and enjoy a peaceful night overlooked by three white under lit windmills on the hills above.
We have big plans for ...
... shipped items aka our lovely stuff, is arriving in the country on Wednesday next week then will spend a week in customs. So looks like we have a 2 week wait to move anywhere whatever happens! On the bright side we have 4 whole lush days as a family together for Easter. Plus Alfred is looking much better and he is much more chipper today! I spent the morning cleaning and doing more bloody washing! Luckily Vanessa the cleaner laughed at my ...
... been an important European automobile manufacturing centre. Formerly there were automobile factories of AFA, Abadal, Actividades Industriales, Alvarez, America, Artés de Arcos, Balandrás, Baradat-Esteve, Biscúter, J. Castro, Clúa, David, Delfín, Díaz y Grilló, Ebro trucks, Edis, Elizalde, Automóviles España, Eucort, Fenix, Fábrica Hispano, Auto Academia Garriga, Fábrica Española de Automóviles Hebe, Hispano-Suiza, ...
... and went to the harbour. We walked past the Marine Museum and took a photo of a wooden submarine, it looked like something out of Wallace and Gromitt. Not sure if it was real or just a prop for the museum, should have gone and read the plaque really. When we got to the marina there were a bunch of round the world yachts getting prepped for the start of a race in a couple days. We were getting hungry so went to the restaurants along the harbour, they all looked very nice but ...