Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... and providing most of the power. The guide said the strongest most chilled out person should be in the back, chilled out because the person in front might not always set a steady tempo or a good direction. We managed very well though, even avoiding tipping over and were eve one of the first boats back. We started by stopping in a cove with some small caves and a small area to jump off into the ...
... as it operates in the legal marijuana sector in Colorado. As you've probably heard, that sector is totally on fire at the moment and you would be a fool to think that marijuana is not getting legalized nationwide in the coming short while. Can you imagine what this will do to the price of R_N_B_I? The company is already having a hard time supplying enough cannabis to its customers as it is with just Colorado and Washington allowing legal ...
... There was always something rather moving about the drips of wax built up over the years, but no more.
I think the best way to get to know a city is to walk it, and one gets to see the little things that one might otherwise miss. The walk back from here led us through pigeon filled squares, past banks of colourful and highly scented flowers, fountains, interesting buildings and smart tree lined walkways... we admired the front of the Gaudi houses, and the ...
... adult to take care of them). The notary
public stamped the forms but his fax didn’t work! So Galit ran to another
office to have them emailed and with a few minutes before the ship sailed, we
run upstairs and got on. Phew!
The moment we started
walking in the endless corridors the captain announced a safely drill, not
allowing us to rest for a second. All of us were stressed to the end of our
strength (the kids were ...
... for lunch. We spent the rest of the day wandering around the city before heading back to the hostel for a quick nap and a shower. Dinner was a much quieter affair that night, and after delicious gelato we were sound asleep in our little beds at a very early Spanish hour. Gee and Laura were leaving for Nice the next day, but in the morning we hiked up a hill to a beautiful park designed by Gaudi with incredible views over the city. We took some ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility