Hotel Los Globos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Lara at the estate agency and stopped in to chat. She sent us an email we didn't receive about viewing one of the properties today at 11 am. Unfortunately we missed it and there was now a tenant in the property so that was that. We nevertheless arranged to view a few other properties with her at 6.30 pm today so we will see something with her at least. On the way home we picked up a couple of Pudd's favourite cakes at his favourite patisserie. We are now having ...
... an included dinner with sangria and paella which was yummy before going to see a flamenco dancing show which was really cool. The dancers clap, stomp their feet and dance with really fierce kind of looks on their faces. After that we went to a bar across the square where we got a free shot with every drink until 12:30 (we didn't take the shots, you really don't need them!) they free pour here rather ...
... back and it took close to 20minutes!
After arriving back on the main street we decided to walk up it. We were actually looking for a Churro's place our walking tour guide had pointed out but we didn't end up finding it! We found some nice Spanish pairing's along the way for a decent price which we later found out was a VERY good price! I also bought a traditional African sand Elephant painting, not something I thought Id find in Barcelona. As we continued to walk ...
... and tea, relax and head back at 6:30, still a line but manageable so we waited but it was short. We then had only 50 minutes for the museum. So Jacqui got to learn how Doug does museums, did it in 35 minutes!
We had a late night and a sleep-in, still dealing with the hour changes. After a slow start we joined a walking tour of old town Barcelona being lead by an expat Irish woman, art ...
After sleeping late today, we went to a great cafe that we'd scoped out last night on La Rambla. The kids have become experts at ordering things and asking questions in Spanish even when shopkeepers assume that they'd prefer to speak English. We've been asked more than once where we're from and where the kids go to school, which I think says a lot for Pacheco. At a grocery store I told the kids to find some almonds, and I'd barely turned my back when I heard them asking ...