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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Barcelona
Clean comfortable hotel without the prices of the centre of the city. 20-30mins out. Staff were incredibly obliging and helpful.
No restaurant at night was a bit of a shame, but the order in food was great and the bar prices reasonable.
Would stay there again.
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Ah the best laid plans of mice and Men. We awake to Geoff with crook guts and the squirts. Thought it wasn't so much when we were on the Ferry, but alas, The Tangier bug has got me!
We are trying to organise a service for the bike, and hopefully to get it done either in Andorra or Girona, anywhere further up the road. Most people can help us in …
... amp; a quick siesta are in order. Finally catchup with Gudi & john when they walk back in arounnd 5pm. Tonight there is a Bunnik hosted cocktail party to meet our fellow travellers. They seem a nice enough bunch, all Ozzies of a similar age group to us, many of them are repeat offenders. One couple on their 6th Bunnik tour. We head off to anoother Tapas bar for dinner before crashing into bed. The tour starts in earnest tomorrow.
... for good. We both really loved Barcelona. It's a really beautiful city, packed with history and some amazing sights. Our only disappointment was our trip today to Park Guell (sorry Ral.) With neither of us being arty, we perhaps failed to appreciate what was on display and possibly expected to see more? Not sure, but after the 1.5hr walk from our hotel to the Park, neither of us were loving it. The afternoon did get better, for Chris at ...
... Everything was perfect until we got
caught in the middle of a torrential down pour of rain… it was pretty funny but
we were soaked. Because Barcelona had tropical weather, it shifted in a second
to being sunny to rainy. We hid for the rain in a little restaurant and enjoyed
our first pallella- which is a traditional Spanish rice dish with sea food and
meat. We were told we couldn’t leave spain without trying it and I was not disappointed.
After dinner ...
... mango. It was really good. For dessert we had ice cream with speculoos melted over the top. It is a cookie like spread that is about the consistency of peanut butter. So good. We will get some in France.
Since we have a super early and very long day tomorrow we are going to bed early to the sound of pouring rain.
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