Hotel Guillermo Tell
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... trees and buildings, making it relatively cool. We made it all the way to the end before we called "uncle" and retreated to a small restaurant on the Mirador de Colom circle, which sits across from the main cruise terminal. We savored the air conditioning, as well as a couple of very large Sangrias. We checked in with Anna, who I believe resented the interruption, as Charlotte had yet to return and we were infringing on her "Anna time." She texted us a ...
... tour we hadn't quite had enough Gaudi so we headed out to a park on the out skirts of town with lots of smaller works and an amazing panorama of Barcelona.
Day 4 20/11/2014
Another not so intense Gaudi day. As mentioned we went and did the tour of the Casa Batllo. It was just amazing, the amount of detail in the whole building from door handles that fit the fingers to chimneys with practical design and beautiful mosaic fašade. So cool and well worth the pingers ...
... the Spanish wine industry, have some monteditas ( small tapas on bread ), and taste some of the wines on offer.
On our return we went to Cuidad Cataplana for dinner, another very good tapas place, which is busy all day, and very crowded into the nighttime. We had an early night, because Thursday is to be the last day of our holiday! The 6 weeks has gone so fast, and tomorrow we would spend our last day and night in Barcelona, in Europe, it was hard to ...
... with the other girls and of course a bunch more selfies. We finally made our way back to the hotel and out to a team meal at a local restaurant. By the time this was all done and we got back to the hotel it was after midnight. Yeah thats right we are eating at 10pm or later most nights out here, but when you take a siesta in the middle of the day that's when everyone eats around here.
The next morning it was back up to the pool for ...
... we arrived there wasn't one. On the walk there we saw something unbelievable. Among the many porta-potties there were outdoor urinals for men. Each were three facing-in urinals where men were expected to do it right there on the street with their backs to people. I waited a little while but I only saw men get in line for the porta-pottie. I was dying to get a pic of this. I was thinking that the only place you might have gotten men to use this was at Woodstock!