City Park Sant Just
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... occupied with the grand Parador Hotel), has been wildly over restored with European funding, whilst three earthquake shaken churches just below stand cracked and barced with metal splints. Neglected. The view from our simple van tent was the best so far. We watched the glinting town below before we fell asleep and woke to it washed with pink come morning. The local Policia came and parked up alongside us as we packed away the coffee and the stove, but we didn't wait ...
... me, know that's my FAV) Well I was having that same problem in Barcelona. The only thing everyone had was the ****** Jose Cuervo.......Nope Didn't want it.
So I go in this bar and I am ready to get my drink on! The only reason I have been drinking so much wine is because there was no darn Patron. The music was slammin. Just what I like, R & B, hip Hop, neo-soul. Felt like I was at home. The people there where fun. Had some good conversations. After my third Patron ...
... feeling you have when you think you may be late? And add to that a feeling of incompleteness for me...did I forget something? We didn't really 'say goodbye' to the city...and I wasn't following 'the plan'. As every minute of our trip ticked by I was sure I would miss the train and this whole thing would be a waste of time. Rowan mirrored some of my anxiety, but Archer was sure we would make it, and the train would be late or something and ...
... suitcase, someone standing almost on top of it did not even make a move to get out of the way. Irate, I got ready, getting all my things wet in the process as this was yet another ridiculously designed shower with nowhere to put your things. Wanting to have nothing to do with any of the inconsiderate people in my room, I went directly to the common room / bar area and sat down with a group of cheerful looking people. They were two Australian males and two Torontonian females and ...
... It's a really pretty place.
Had a little wander around the Placa Catalunya area again once the bus got back before heading back to the hotel.
Everything over here works on an entirely different time schedule. Shops and things don’t open til about 10am and of an evening, the restaurants don’t open til 8pm – needless to day it’s a late dinner.
Had a drink in the hotel bar while waiting for the restaurant however by ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center