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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... under Heathrow once again, it is another little city under there... we arrived at Terminal 5 and were delivered to another equally big busy Terminal and once again had to go through security... hang on we were just off a plane... we haven't been anywhere outside the confines of an airport security... doesn't matter you just have to do it.
We had a 8 or 9 hour lay over here in Heathrow, and guess what the very first shop I saw ...
... to everyone I encountered.
The works by Gaudi, including Parc Guell, the Sagrada Familia, and Casa Batllo were incredible in person and I would even go back to see Colonia Guell but I would not recommend this city if you are looking for immersion. It is meant to be impressive and inviting, not challenging. To be immersed is to be challenged. It made me realize how lucky ...
... set up on a propane burner. She had a nearly 270 degree view of the city, and if you hung your head around the corner, you could see the Basilica of Sagrada Familia. Kristi read off the recipe, Grampy and the kids (mostly Grampy) shuttled ingredients to Marta, and Marta prepped a ton of paella for a dozen people. From my perspective, it was too seafood heavy (I prefer chicken and sausage paella), but Marta was a hoot (she taught school in ...
... that they were not ducks but geese. "These are so not Christmas dinner," I chuckled to myself. "Lucky for them in being Catholic Catalan geese." Apparently they have been there for hundreds of years; well not these exact ones. Religious fervour doesn't quite stretch to immortality.
Bridget and I celebrated Christmas in the apartment this morning, before heading out, with our little festive shrine of a plastic pot plant with gold ribbon, a Parisian ...
... Everything has a function and is designed beautifully. OMG! Mind-blowing.
I was a bit worried about going up the tower... urgh the stairs! But, no worries, there is a lift up, you only have to walk down, and it is an amazing walk down, the views are stunning.
Dinner that night was at a local restaurant, Pollo Rico, N decided on some meatballs, and I ordered a quarter chicken. My chicken was divine, it was moist (I usually ...