Gran Hotel Europe Comarruga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... up on much needed sleep (after the thunder and lightning stopped, of course!). We didn't get going until noon and even then when we went out there weren't many people around. In total we walked 17 km today, just wandering the many narrow streets and the seaside. The weather improved later in the afternoon, but the locals were complaining about how cold it was. We had dinner ...
... beautiful places in one trip kind of taints your view on some of the churches, castles, ruins, museums, etc.
Later I went back and took a nap, because I was exhausted. Jess and I went and grabbed some dinner again. We got back to the hostel and talked to other people there, who convinced us to go to this other club. They were going to the club Opium, which is suppose to be another great club. I wasn't ...
... Monday afternoon at a beach called Barceloneta. It was beautiful... So clean and crystal clear water. We also did a little shopping and then had a late dinner at an awesome Italian restaurant. We had had the traditional tapas the night before and found them just okay. I must say, the Italian restaurant was better than any we visited Italy itself! Tuesday, Greg and I got up bright and early and hopped back on the bus and headed out for a ...
... the town was busy. A lovely place for a wander.
And then to Barcelona. Our first option camping place was full, so we are just south of the city. We are on a beach which has the best sand we have seen here so far. A bus stops just outside and goes from there to the centre of Barcelona. So, tomorrow will be exciting.
... to see anything. We were however told about the Gaudi Exhibition at the Musea Diocesa de Barcelona, and more information about the area. We then stopped for a banana and then we cycled to the Passeig de Lluis Companys which houses the lovely Arc de Triomf and is the meeting place for the cities golden oldies. A short distance away was the Parc De La Ciutadella which hold the Catalan Parliament, the Zoo, and the famous Gaudi (and other architects) creation, the Cascada. The park ...