Holiday Inn Express Molins De Rei
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... we had left Barcelona, a lady approached us and said "You look familiar. Have we cruised together before?" Well it turns out that she graduated from high school with Doug. They haven't see each other in almost 50 years! She and her husband live in California. What an amazing thing to happen!! We are trying to post every day. But there are going to be some isolated locations that may not permit ...
... have made it if our flight wasn't delayed due to the effect of storms pushing back flights all day at Charlotte. As it was they were ready to give our seats to standbys as we approached the gate. It was a quick and easy flight to PIT where I discovered my luggage was continuing its habit of traveling more than I do. Seems it wanted to stay in Charlotte for a while before hopping a ride to DC and back. This was the fourth time that I had to fill out ...
... we stayed in the centre of the city in a hotel built over the railway which was very convenient for us as we departed by train from there on 26th. The next morning we had a local guide on the bus as we drove around the city, stopping at points of interest, to the Frogner Park to see the controversial sculptures of Gustav Vigeland depicting naked people in various stage of life. An interesting experience. On then to the Viking long ship museum. We had plenty of time in the afternoon ...
... where we ate. We then strolled along the rest of Las Ramblas to the marina and then headed to the Magic Fountain (Font Màgica) where we were entertained with a music and light show coordinated with ever changing water streams. Very cool. It is situated at the foot of the National Museum of Art which makes and excellent back drop, or viewing ...
... had a barcode to work the turnstile! Fun and interesting, and I had a cup (luckily small) of hot chocolate after - you do not drink Spanish chocolate, you eat it with a spoon! And we also went into a huge church - Eglisia de Santa Maria del Mar and had quite a wander in the historic Gothic old city and all the narrow streets. Then, as museums not on, we walked up to the Sagrada Familia church, taking a long route, as Amr had ...