Hotel Porta de Gallecs
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... a bit of a look around Barcelona, so off we went back to the underground.
Getting so good at the underground regardless of all being in Spanish!!!! Arriving back at the Square we hopped on the bus upstairs to get a great view of the City... we paid a little extra so that tomorrow we can use the ticket for a different part of the City.
As we commenced the ride it was announced that due to the "Replica Day"... there may be some streets we ...
... I had painstakingly inputted back in Adelaide. This became even more apparent when none of the bookings I had made and paid for were on their computer on the ship - holy moly!
The main one was to make sure Sue had the best dinner reservation on the 16th which we were able to achieve. I just have to now prove that I have paid for it!!!!
Certainly plenty of food and gluttony rules with some people.
I was ...
... Tavira has lots of bars and restaurants so it’scrawling with people when we arrive. We find a car park with no restrictions and settle in. it’s not a quiet night – the train track is right above us and trains are frequent – and loud. However, we’re accustomed to nights like this now, and it doesn’t stop us from getting a good night’s sleep.
In the morning we wander in to Tavira to find a man playing sax on the ...
... they closed it for a service, so we couldn’t go inside. We then took a little detour to see the St. Fillip Neri Church, a local church where Gaudi attended services. We continued our walk nearly to the waterfront where we were picked up once more and returned to the ship.
Since we were in port in Barcelona until late in the evening, after lunch and Karl’s nap we ventured out again. This time we took the shuttle from the ship ...
... from the Pyrenes as well as churros and hot chocolate. Of course we all indulged- Jenny with the candies and churros and Billy and I with a glass of cava each. We were all in Heaven walking along the marina, enjoying the blissfully sunny day.
When we finally reached the terminus of Barceloneta on the beach boardwalk, Jenny's face lit up as she ran for the sand. We all enjoy a city, and Lord knows that my girl loves to shop, but when it really comes down to it, we ...