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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Simultaneous alarms going off at 5am (neither of us trusted the other to set it properly) is not my idea of fun. Doubly annoying as was wide awake at 3am and just managed to get back to sleep. Still, getting up so early for work is a drag but for a holiday...not so bad. We shower and drag our cases down to the car park of the Premier Inn for the very short drive to Terminal 2. Check in is quick and so is security. Peters holiday hat gets crushed ...
... off when I could. It was times like being trapped on a crowded bus, waiting in a long line to board a plane or delays at the gate that I had to practice some breathing. This is the worst part of travel for me - the actual traveling part. I am learning to brace myself, practice breathing and the art of letting go. Especially when I just got off a 6 hour ferry and still have 2 security check points, 2 boardings and 2 flights spanning over ...
... first. The driver then took us to the hotel we stayed in before the cruise and we checked in then set off for lunch at a restaurant recommended by our guide, Cuina Santa Catalina which is inside one of the produce markets. Very busy, always a good sign, but great food and air conditioned. After lunch we wandered by the cathedral and headed back to the hotel via several shops. After a respite in the hotel which ...
... legal entities of two tipes: autonomous public departments and public enterprises. The seat of the city council is on the Plaça de Sant Jaume, opposite the seat of Generalitat de Catalunya. Since the coming of the Spanish democracy, Barcelona had been governed by the PSC, first with an absolute majority and later in coalition with ERC and ICV. After the May 2007 election, the ERC did not renew the coalition agreement and the PSC governed in a minority coalition with ICV ...
... sacred place, probably meant for bigger things and not only for tourist pictures.
Finally, Sagrada Familia was without a doubt the most breathtaking place I had the luck to visit while on this study abroad trip, and probably the most magnificent church in the world. Maybe spoiled by being overcrowded by tourists, it is still a place that will make even the least believer to be amazed by the view and have time to reflect and feel in ...