Century Park Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... as we moved into the final exhibtion in the main building. Just too clever for me - representing art at its most complex and belligerent. It was meant to challenge the existing vocabulary of art history it just left me lost for words except one: Surf.
And so it was fitting to leave the surf of Art & Language Uncompleted and move to the Phoenician Sand Dance.
Phoenician Sand ...
... in, someone else was in my bed, so I went down stairs and ended up having a different room for the night. Then the following morning, I had to check out at 10 am and check back in at 2 pm. So that was how my travel experience from hell played out! But, it's over now.
Apart from the situation on the first night, I really enjoyed my stay in Barcelona!
The first day was spent doing a couple of tours, a little shopping, Spanish dancing ...
... Sunday, our last day in Firenze, we decided go at a slower pace and get on the Hop On Hop Off bus and do 2 of the 3 lines as we had not done this last time we were here. One of the stops was Piazzale Michelangelo which has a massive green marble statue of David and stands in the place where the original David stood. Piazzale Michelangelo also has a fantastico view of all of Firenze but when we got up there we realised something even better ...
Goodbye Spain. I love your Camino and who knows, maybe I will come back and do a different one some time in the future? I loved the walking (maybe a little less so with my sore heal), I loved the friendships I made along the way, the sense of family, support, laughter and sharing of stories. I love the way that other pilgrims would come up and talk to you like you were long lost friends just because you wore the pilgrim shell on your backpack. I loved meeting so many people from ...
... wheels of the ambulance spinning in the remnants of some sauce on the ground before Video Girl had finished her sentence. Battery Boy had made a dramatic dive for the ambulance, looking like Axel Foley swinging from the rear of a truck full of stolen cigarettes.
When they returned to the village of Barcelona this time it was obvious word had spread that these strangers loved the local food and wanted more. A chef named Xavier Franco from ...