Hotel Gran Derby
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... there. We entered the main basilica while they were conducting a service so I only got a couple of pictures from the back. They had some shops there selling cheeses, honey, fig cakes and other goodies. After we returned to downtown we ended the day with dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe. Tomorrow we tour the Sagrada Familia, the unfinished cathedral by Gaudi.
... deck radio. I could hear my grandma and Mercedes jabbering away about nothing of particular import (hairstyles of the day, etc.), then suddenly there was a shift in the jabbering and it was directed at my mom, whom Mercedes had decided had not said enough into the recorder. “Di algo, Lorna!” Mercedes’s shrill voice could be heard saying. “Habla un poquito, eh? Habla! Habla!” (My grandma seemed to have abandoned my mom ...
... We cut through Parque del Retiro, deciding we will be fine here on the return journey despite the late hour, as we know Madrid to be renowned as a sleepless city. By the time we cycle in to the Palace Hotel in the centre where we lock the bikes, it is late – 11pm. Madrid is buzzing though and we enjoy people-watching as much as seeing the sights. We find a small Italian takeaway where “baby” pizzas are €3 and a small beer is €1 so ...
... cool, and a nice change from walking. Riding around the city gave us the chance to get a feel for most of the city and soak up some sun while peddling through the streets. Barcelona is truly an exciting city. We made a few stops at a PARK, La Saggrata Familia, and the coast. La Saffrata Familia is the most elaborate cathedral I have seen in Europe so far. It is a mixture of a bunch of different types of architecture thrown together with sculptures and other art ...
On our first full day we got on the hop on hop off bus to see the points of interest in Barcelona. I named the audio guide Judy because she sounded like Judy Dench, we saw the port, Coast, mount tibidabo, the sagrada familia, the Olympic arenas, the MNAC, the home of the Barcelona football club, Parc Guell ...