HCC St. Moritz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our way back to Port Olympic to experience the beach during the day. From there, we ventured into the gothic quarter and toured the Cathedral and went on a search for the Gaudi buildings, which are apparent for the rounded and fluid-like ceilings and mosaics. That night, we ate at BocaGrande, a high end tapas bar where we tried the Paella adorned with whole crawfish. Took the remainder home for breakfast...
Monday we started at La ...
... into Barcelona is fast and efficient and drops you off at Placa Catalunya. My accommodation is 2 blocks away. First impressions of Barcelona is its a big city with lots of impressive looking buildings, and people everywhere. Could be that its Sunday.
After unpacking its time to find a supermarket to get some supplies. I find a Carrefour just around the corner. It is huge and packed full of people.
After a nice home made salad and smoked salmon ...
... arena. We have lunch there before heading back to the hotel for an afternoon snooze #oldfarts. We awake around 530pm, shower and head to the Metro. We alight at Liceu which is a stop midway up the Ramblas. The Ramblas as always is heaving with people. We try to find an outside cafe to buy a few beers and watch the world go by. Sadly there no longer seems to be any here. Perhaps they are just seasonal. We walk up to Placa Catalunya where we find ...
... Drive). We're in the Eixample area of the city, just a block north of the Placa de Catalunya. It's very central and has a subway just outside the front door for easy access to everything. Lesson learned. Individual people, for the most part, are honest and forthright; rental agents just want your money and have no scruples about not delivering on their promises.
Despite the apartment hassles, we have managed to see a few of the sights in ...
... I stayed with them again 3 years later when I came back to France, this time for the whole summer. By then they had moved to a house in a small village an hour outside Paris, and had given birth to a pair of twin girls and a little boy - 2 years old and 6 months old respectively when I arrived in 1988.
The best laid plans notwithstanding - I was very sure I'd visit France again soon and often - the next time I saw Laurence and Bernard was on July ...