Hotel Catalonia Barcelona 505
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... He made a point of telling us that if we needed anything for the duration of our time to come and find him there and he would help us out. We enjoyed a delicious cheese and ham plate and a few glasses of wine for us and coffee for Jenny ( her new favorite drink). We also enjoyed a nice chat with a couple who was seated at the bar. He was an American, she was Polish but lives part time in Barcelona. She is a photographer, who uses a camera straight out of the middle ...
... but rather Kelly tours. Our plan was to get everywhere by taxi as they are relatively cheap in Barcelona. We were off the ship and were in a taxi within 5 minutes. The taxi driver had the fantastic skill of showing us a book of the sights of Barcelona and driving at 100km an hour at the same time. Add in the crazy Barcelona traffic and we felt like we were on a roller coaster. Today our first stop was a religious pilgrimage to the Nou Camp Stadium the home of Barcelona FC. The ...
... mans watch at poor mans prices. We went home late this afternoon, I have a big day tomorrow in the capital city Bern. As a Swiss citizen who didn't grow up in Switzerland, the school, tax, work, Uni, pretty much every system is completely foreign. I need to brush up on my Swiss everyday knowledge if I am to work and study here in CH. So the US embassy wouldn't let me in because I had a bag with me. Seriously people? Whatever. I walked on. In the blazing heat. Today of all ...
... they were building. We went inside the pleasant interior of the restaurant to pay and then set off across the paved area to look inside the market. CVG had finished by the time we got there but the BCC was due to be the start point by for a cercavila – the name speaks for itself – by the Cavallets Cotoners of Barcelona as well as a number of invited cavallet and related groups later in the evening and we were pleased to see them arranged around the entrance ...
... swimming in the Mediterranean. The beach was fine shell/pebbles instead of sand! Was good because sand didn't go everywhere! The water was beautiful and so was the scenery! Went for a little walk through the town, but everything was shut as it was 'siesta' time! Had an ice cream and jumped back on the train. Heading out for dinner now to an organic restaurant to try cleanse the "great" lunch we had!! Adios Amigos, xoxo ...