Chic & Basic Born Hotel
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... service desk operators arrived, the crew arrived... and we sat and we waited... Eventually there was an announcement that there would be a delay and there was a technical issue with the plane and it still had to be cleaned.... so we waited....
Then, to our surprise the crew came back to the service desk and "the Pilot", made an announcement. He said: that when the plane landed it had a "bird strike", which happens from time to ...
... close to Las Ramblas. Las Ramblas is a street that heads from the city centre down to the coast and comprises of 2 roads with a pedestrian area between them. I think it's called Las Ramblas because there are about one million people in the street at any one time all "rambling" about in every direction. The apartment is in the backstreets on Level 1 with a Supermercado (supermarket) on the ground floor. Quite nice. After settling we zipped downstairs to ...
... The chief items of interest were the amphitheatre and the aqueduct. It was a willy nilly exerise as we did not have a map but had a general sense where the important ruins were.
The Roman ruins are a World Heritage Site, recognition of their significance. Known in Roman times as Tarraco, it was the capital of a province in republican and imperial days.
The amphitheatre sat more than 12,000 spectators, the 'circuses' part of what every ...
Last night I took advantage of the washing machine in the apartment and so woke today with fresh clothes. I used the hairdryer to finish the drying. I've learnt that when you don't fully close the door in the shower in a bathroom without a floor drain, you get an apartment pool. Thanks to dad that I know about fuse boards because the power points stopped working; there appears to be a fault with the floor heater.
We had a wander to the ...
... I would recommend Batllo.
After Pedrera, we went back to the cool shop Vincon (which was just next door). It is a pretty groovy shop, with lots of cool stuff. Then we went to a local market, Mercat of the Assumption, and got some tapas at the bar in the market (did we know it was going to be there? No. But it was a pretty good guess.). I had tripe! Yumm! N had some eggs and patatas bravas. It was all delicious.