Holiday Inn Express Molins De Rei
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Well we did the usual hop on and hop off tour yesterday, which gave us our bearings around Barcelona. It is a beautiful city that's for sure. Weather is mid twenty and sun is out which was just right going around on the bus, we got off for a market and lunch - sadly the markets was books! Lunch, well I ordered a burger with mushrooms and blue cheese. Pip just laughed when a meat pattie and mushrooms rocked up with no bun.... Last night we had ...
Today we woke up early to visit the market as it was open. We all enjoyed fresh juice and bought some cheese and nibbles for the hostel. Nothing beats fresh food from a market. We hadn't eaten properly so after we wandered around here we headed to a beautiful plaza behind La Rumbla. Here we walked around for half an hour deciding on which restaurant to choose as there were so many that appealed to us. We ate outside because it was a lovely 22 degree day and enjoyed some more ...
... have to walk to the bus and then take it to the airport shuttle transfer point.” I tell him of our baggage and ask if he has a friend in the car service business.
“For 75 euros, in cash, I can arrange it,” Ricardo tells me. “May I just put that on my hotel bill?” I ask. “No.” We give him 75 euros. He tells us that he will call when he has it arranged. That was about three hours ago and we have ...
... structure. The building was lit up at every level and the soft blue and pearly white gleamed in the bright lights.
The look on Debbie's face was priceless. I could tell that nothing prepared her for this, and she was blown away by such an incredible sight on our short walk. We took some pictures and then finished our walk along the Rambla Catalunya. We got buzzed into our hotel room, which was the next amazement.
I found the Hotel Continental ...
... no credit cards accepted'). We opted for getting the audio guide, but not to go up to the towers, as we have already had a few views over the city from both Montjuïc and Parc Güell. We spent about 3 hours at the Sagrada Familia, from getting in line to leaving, and we thoroughly enjoyed it. The audio guide probably accounted for at least half of that time, and we would not have been without it. Use the extra 3€ on an audio guide (and be ...
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