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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... anymore. The interior has been converted to a shopping centre so I didn't bother going in. On the outside there was a glass elevator which goes to the roof. I was almost going to brave it until I noticed the walkway between the elevator and the roof was glass/perspex and I decided I'd get a better view of the city climbing up to MNAC in the other side of the square. The Museau Nacional d'Art is on the other side of the square, but first there are a series of steps ...
... I was really impacted both by the scale and creativity of the project. I was looking forward to going back to study it in more detail and view the progress that has been made. As it turns out, there has been quite a lot. The most notable difference is the stained glass. When I was there last the windows were all clear openings. The first few stained glass designs were just being started. The entire feeling of the inside is so different now as it is filled with ...
... to see his progression from a 14 year old onward. It skips about 40 years in the middle. His newest paintings on show were from when I was 4 years old. crazy I was alive when Picasso was still painting. Next we had Tapas at Bar Mundial which was fantastic. We walked to the Art de Triomphe of Barcelona then Max headed out on his own to Camp Nou, the stadium and museum of the Barcelona ...
... haha. and i thumped off a curb one time. cynthia ****** once in the supermarket. got majorly lost and missed seeing the big gardens then we went to see if the circle dance was going on at la seu and it wasn't so then we went into a museum store and i got leo and jack some of those little reproductions of the parc guell lizards. then cynthia had to take a **** so we went home to rest our feet. then we went to 2:00 tickets at Picasso Museum. ...
... for the night. Just a note! I’m writing this on Saturday, November 2, just before I leave for Malaga and the photo tour. I don’t know what the internet situation will be there plus I have a feeling that I will be spending any spare time trying to figure out the DSLR (yikes!), so you may not hear from me for a while. I’ll catch up after November 10<sup>th</sup> when I start the transatlantic cruise—there should be more than enough time ...