Hotel 4 Barcelona
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... those "hop on, hop off" buses that allow you to go around Barcelona and get off at the places you want to explore and then get back on when you are ready. We get off the red line and onto the blue line so that we can go and see the Sagrada Familiar Cathedral (Basilica) designed by Gaudi and world renown. The Basilica is one of those places that is very hard to explain. It is very modern is so many respects but not so ...
... to the toilet." Quick as a flash Video Girl replied, "do you want me to hold your stuff?" "Thank-you for the offer but I have been going to the toilet by myself for a long time now and I don't need any assistance, you frisky minx." he replied heading towards the gents, thinking to himself, "Now I know how the Customs Officer with the explosives scanner felt at Tullamarine Airport." On Battery Boy's return from another successful visit to the toilet ...
... person room but it was really nice because it was like the bed was in a cubby and each had a curtain so the noise was blocked and couldn't see the light coming in and the bed was so comfy. Since it was 2 am at that point we just went to bed. The next morning we decided to do a free walking tour to get a feel of the city and learn some history. It was a very good tour, brought us throughout the whole city and learned about Barcelona. Barcelona is in the region Cataluna, ...
... post. In general the times doing nothing were some of the best, I love just getting lost in an old city. I have to comment on the food of course. We had some delicious tapas at a place my brother recommended and some great dinners with even better wine. The best by far though, was sharing paella with my mom for the first time. It was full of seafood we generally don't eat and items like squid and shrimp, eyes and ...
... perhaps the most mistake laden journey in all of history. (Yes your highness, I will make it India without mishap... hold on.. are those wigwams?? )
The day ended with Paella and beer with Sara, Nicole, Gui, Ward and Pong-chi (Not the real name I think).. we made up a virtual United Nations of travelers who hit the streets of Badletona. Nice guys and can add them to the list of random people I have met on my travels.