Hotel del Comte
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We had a fairly eventful journey getting to Barcelona.
Mat kindly drove us to the airport in torrential rain (I wasn´t too keen about getting on a plane in the hurricane-esque weather) but we made it there safely - just!
Took some time getting through security, but finally made it onto the plane which was already delayed some time …
... to our hotel which is smack bang in the middle of a major shopping district, boo yah. I haven't really been able to shop as the prices in the UK and Paris have been very pricey therefore looking forward to having a look around tomorrow to see if there are any bargains to be had. Our hotel is very nice a bit of old traditional Spain mixed in with new decor. We head out into the street for something to eat. We do the block a couple of ...
... Don't judge the dish by its looks however... The flavours are amazing. You can taste the ink without it becoming too overpowering. The seafood was fresh and juicy. The only downside? Be prepared to leave the restaurant with some nice dark lip liner and rotten looking teeth! A dish I would highly recommend in Barcelona!
We also bid farewell to our lovely hosts in Barcelona- Debbie and her boyfriend Davide. Our first Airbnb experience was a good one and we are looking forward to our next..
... all past guests.
The Arroz Negro was indescribable. I was in heaven and couldn't stop eating it. As I was finishing my giant pan, the crew and pilot for the private jet came in and sat at the table next to me. What a coincidence! The airplane crew is SOOOOOO nice and gracious. They invited me for a beer before I left and every single one of them ordered Arroz Negro after seeing and smelling mine. I gave them all hugs and on the way out, I ...
... to do. Not happy though. They left at 20.00, and the site had no other security. Not much choice though ... no camping permitted on Gibraltar! We jumped on the bikes and headed across the extremely busy border and into the UK ... although having done this before, it's still odd cycling from Spain into the UK, across a working runway in the sun. We tracked down the tourist information, who gave us some good information of parking the camper on Gib. This was backed up by the ...
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