Hotel Del Mar
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... to me. Bang went my window glimpse prospects, but this was the least of my worries.
His first communication with me was "could we swap places? I wanna be closer to the drinks trolley". That was the last thing I needed. I had visions of landing in Barca sporting his vomit all over my lap. I said "no, I'm with my family" and pointed to them. Surprisingly, he didn't object.
Shortly after take off the cash ...
... we had to stop for a McDonalds coffee.
The Sagrada Familia inside is amazing, as beautiful as the outside and more. I loved all the geometric shapes and patterns of Gaudi's work that worked so well together. Every time I looked up I saw something different to the second before. I spent my whole time inside just starring up at the wonderful ceiling that made me feel so small. Gaudi's work is so inspiring and his designs are so intricate. ...
... Living the champagne life.
As it was still pretty early we decided to go and find a shopping area near Las Ramblas, passing Las Ramblas we found a lot of tourists and locals were walking through this narrow road as we was curious we decided to follow them. We then found out we came to an area called El Portal de l'Angel which had loads of shops like Zara, Bershka and many ...
This placement of hopes and desires on a sports team, some of which are dreadfully heavy, somewhat reminds me of the 1956 Sugar Bowl in the United States. Georgia Tech was to play Pittsburgh, a team which had the first African American playing on it. The game was the first game in the Deep South to feature an African American player. There were a large number of political expectations placed on the game, with some people hoping the Georgia Tech team ...
... to be eating. (That would never happen in America.) And so many shops selling pork and all its related products. And smelly seafood. In between the stalls were wine and tapas bars, mainly patronised by locals.
It was a huge market, and we went up and down every aisle, but didn't have anything to eat as I knew public toilets were scarce. I decided I wanted a glass of sangria, as we are in Spain, so we went into a tapas ...