Hotel Estela Barcelona - Hotel del Arte
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... too was lovely. We both really liked it. Two bedrooms, one bathroom and although the living room wasn't the biggest it didn't feel small for the apartment. It also has access to a communal roof terrace with wonderful views across the rook tops to the mountains to the north, and the sea to the south. The apartment had a small balcony at the front of the property, which is west facing, and a balcony at the rear. We both loved it and have a lot to think about now. It ...
... it was a smooth voyage. There were two days when you had to hold onto the rails while walking around the ship. Not enough for any motion sickness to bother me. In Split, Croatia we took a long hike up to the top of the hill overlooking the harbor. While there we visited a small zoo. Alice enjoyed visiting the llama and donkey. She has a thing for beasts of burden. Explains why she puts up with me, I'm often her beast of burden! At the Naples stop we took a side trip ...
... The waiter was happy to see up. We had all basically decided what we wanted before we sat down.
After a large and tasty meal we headed to a Flamenco show. The Flamenco show went for half an hour, it was really just a taste of what Flamenco is for tourists, we were glad we went along, the dancers showed so much emotion while they were ...
So after krakow I went down to Croatia. I had heard it was the greatest unknown gem in Europe and that I should go before the tourists find out about it. There are a ridiculous amount of tourists in Croatia. Dubrovnik was the first place I went to and it was pretty. But if you went into the town then you were shoulder to shoulder walking down the street. I met a guy there who was pretty cool. He was from LA and was an aspiring actor. So we ...
... to mention? Either way we had a pleasant stay there and we concluded that 0% of the guests were actually gay. Our first day in Barcelona consisted of 1. visiting the La Sagrada Familia church (which is the most beautiful church I have seen thus far in my European journeys) 2. enjoying our first Spanish meal accompanied by a bottle of wine at a little restaurant where we sat outside in the warm Sun, and 3. visiting Park ...