City Park Hotel Barcelona
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We stood forlornly in front of the cable car kiosk - the cable car that would lead us off the hot, humid hillside and down to salvation on the beach, where beers beckoned. It was our last afternoon in Barcelona and after a longer than planned walk, we just wanted to get off Montjuic, the hilltop park looming over the southern part of the city. The sign on the kiosk said "Cash Only, 11 Euros per person". Stacie and I stared into our ...
... The tapas and beer at, Matea Tapa Bar, were however not a disappointment and it was a great way to finish our first day in Spain. Our second day in Barcelona was once again hot and sunny, in fact we haven't seen a single spot of rain or more than a whisp of a cloud since leaving our New Zealand winter. First up we had skip the line tickets to La Sagrada Famillia, an incredible famous cathedral that is still being built despite construction starting in 1882, ...
... br> After lunch we did a tour of the 1992 Olympic site right on top of hill overlooking the city.
We were taken to the lookout overlooking the ocean,it was a perfect afternoon, Ruth our guide had organised a glass of champagne for everyone to drink as we took in the view.
Tonight we dined along the wharf at a seafood restaurant,we enjoyed tapas and then I had the traditional dish of Paella.
Barcelona is a ...
... market and was very impressed. There were seafood stands, butcher shops, specialty shops with anything from candy to mushrooms to spices. A popular item was fruit juice to go, or para llegar (take away), so we grabbed a coconut/pineapple and an orange juice to split for one euro each. They were pretty good and a decent price compared to other stands, Josu had given us a heads up to buy things towards the center of the market as the stands on the outer edges raise prices. After walking ...
... Dad! I sat and dried off for a couple of hours, listening to some music, having a snooze, writing my blog, all the while overlooking the Barcelona skyline from my deck chair. Pretty good way to spend the arvo. When I (eventually) got up, I found Daniel and Dad sitting in the bar, and we ordered some snacks as a late lunch and had a few pints on the roof. Even better way to spend the arvo. As night closed in, Dad, then Daniel headed downstairs for a shower, while I remained ...