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De paso rasante por Barcelona...mas bien el area del aeropuerto, parada tecnica de paso hacia Malm÷, Suecia. Mi vuelo que me llevara hacia los paises nordicos sale ma˝ana 27 a las 09.45, y cambiare de escenario....dejare atras los aires mediterraneos con olorcito a mar y aires calidos y humedos ... para encontrarme con mis amigos Boris y Nina, para …
... the doors close. Somehow between all the confusion we had purchased first class tickets, which provided free wine. Not a bad mix up if you ask me.
We spent one of our last nights in Valencia in the city. Out of nowhere this amazing aroma comes over me and we stumble upon a little bakery, still pumping out fresh breads at 7:00pm. I didn't even think my feet just took me inside and I ordered a small empanada, and Kate a baguette with tomato and ...
... met by Phil who let us into the flat and showed us all the bits and pieces. It is a large flat in the Gracia Area. Floors are all painted tiles throughout, very high ceilings and windows are large and open on to little tiny balconies. Most of our windows seem to look directly across to similar little tiny balconies, many of which have the Cataln flag flying proudly. We have loads of space which is nice to be able to spread out. We did ...
... He now dreads the “bong, bong; “This is the Captain speaking”” announcements in the middle of the night.
Incidentally, weren’t we lucky to pass through the Bay of Bengal before this wretched Cyclone started? Whew!
But back to the travel log - I had been to Malta bout 30 years ago and my memory of it was not good. But at that time I had been with a "old grumpy" (Davy) on his first excursion ...
Our second day we went on a self guided tour of Gaudi around the city. First stop, La Sagrada de Familia. The church is still under construction as you can see in the photos. We also checked out two other Gaudi hotspots: La Parrera and Casa Batllo. As we walked around the city we couldn't help but notice all of the signs paying homage to St. Jordi, and all of the makeshift stands selling red roses. April 23 is the day folks in Barcelona celebrate ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility