Express by Holiday Inn Montmelo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... of exploring. I basically widow shopped, gazing at wonderfully delicious pastries or beautiful clothing. I was still amazed at the buildings, they are gorgeous, old, and filled with character and elegance.
We bumped into the other baby sitters on our walk, Suki is more familiar with them than myself. It started to rain, and Suki started pulling me toward the house, she actually knew where to go. This made me figure I didn't ...
... Bangkok is a chaotic airport. The transit was around an hour before people started boarding again. They cleaned the plane during the transit, it was nice. We then got ready to take off again, again listening to the safety videos, once in Arabian, and then once in English. This flight was to Dubai, I planned to sleep the whole way, so that I would be awake for the plane transfer in the airport, I was worried about this. I woke up just in time for breakfast, where ...
... they haven't done that for ages and ages, and they would not let me hire an audio guide because I did not have on me a 50 euro deposit in case I stole it. They did let me in for a reduced old man rate of $12 though. All right I thought make the most of it. "Sorry sir, no photographing allowed", I was told by a guard with a gun, as I went to use my camera.
So, if I didn't take photos or do a blog about visiting the Joan Miro foundation then it obviously didn't ...
... me in a private room and allowed me to get Mikki to come in with me. The second hostel was pretty good but we had to extend our stay because my friend Jonna from Finland was coming down to meet us and they didn't have room. So the third hostel was not by choice but was quirky enough to make us glad we moved. I felt we explored Barcelona quite well. Moving through the city from the main central point to classy upper town where you found designer brands reigned and ...
... like I could live in them. Until Barcelona. I will come back here and live for a few months at some point in my life.
I get out of the airport and head to Universidad. I will be couchsurfing for 3 nights at Lutty’s place, a Brazilian guy living in Barcelona who I met in Helsinki. It is instances like these where I feel so privileged to be have a vast network of fellow travellers. All I needed to do was to drop a line to him and I have a place to ...