Hotel Don Angel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and make a snack (well a snack for me, dinner for Issy). We had some tuna, tomato, pesto and rocket on a little brown bread before we headed back upstairs to watch Frozen in bed before my 9pm Mexican dinner. Food wasn't served till after 9:30 and it was actually quite average, 2 tortilla wraps with some bland chicken and avocado. Unfulfilled, I had a bowl of muesli for dessert and headed up to bed to finish the movie in Isabel's sick ...
... buildings and sculptures during our cruise tours, it was strange to see relatively recent artwork!! We wandered back to Casa Batlo again so that Peter could take some photos (his camera battery died yesterday). Shops in Spain are closed on Sundays. This didn't seem to stop lots of people going out to wander or a have a quiet meal. We wandered back to Mare Magnum which was alive with locals, tourists and hawkers! There's something great about extended daylight hours in the ...
... We caught the funicular as far as it went which wasn't very far up the hill. We walked past the telerefic and climbed to the top to the Castell de Montjuic. Here we found fantastic views of Barcelona and the realisation that we could have saved our legs and caught the telerific up the hill. Oh well, the exercise was needed, especially to compensate for Paul's morning tea which can be best described as a cross between a croissant and a ...
We set our alarms as we want an early start today and we are off by 9.00am and arrive after our short taxi ride to Las Ramblas. Las Ramblas is a pedestrian strip right in the middle of Barcelona. There is lots of streets merchants and as everything does not open till 10.00 it is a little quite.
We decide to check out the local market La boqueria.this is huge and fantastic and has everything all in one place. The was displays of fresh fruit ...
... recognised as a crazy genius. I spent a good hour and a half just walking around, staring up at the ceiling. Next I detoured to go look at the Hospital de la Santa Creu I Sant Pau before heading towards the next Gaudi building: La Pedrera. On the way I walked past a backpack store and replaced my poor knifed open back pack. I'm sure I could have found a good market to get one cheap but ain't nobody got time for that when there's Gaudi to see. As ...