Hotel HCC Regente
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... a siesta before heading out for dinner. We stopped for a pint at a pub and sat down next to a group of three tourists. They greeted us as we sat down and I, just out of habit, answered with a “howdy.” One of them swiveled his head around and said “Howdy! Where are you from!?” It turned out he was originally from Texas and was traveling on work with his friend Gus from New ...
... training, then take the yoga class Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 am, back to change for class which goes from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm with a break at 11:30, then to a nice lunch in some new discovery on non-cleanse days. Weekends are activities with the school(s) and vary--this weekend I will likely do an historical walking tour Friday evening and a day trip Saturday--I will post more later or tomorrow.
... it had an almost Parisian air about it, only the waiter was way more friendly, not having quite perfected the Parisian sneer.
The little alleyways here are wonderful. They afford shelter from the sun and a great canvas for what has been elevated from mere graffiti to street art. Almost every doorway has been daubed, and much of it is not just colourful, but also pleasing in design. Maybe I would have a different opinion if it were my front door, though.
... all got really excited, yet as we arrived at the check-in desk we were told
that the girls cannot board! We worked hard (fighting hysterics) for a few
hours, connecting by phone with Israel (their mother mainly). The cruise office
in Barcelona had computers and faxes but nothing worked! A worker had to use
his smart-phone to photograph the forms and send them to a goat farmer neighbor
of the girls in the Galilee! It seemed impossible! The ...
... beer from a strange bottle. Not very impressive. The next tapas bar was even worse, and we had to pay another €5 for a disgusting fishy paste and crackers, and a glass of dirty red wine. The girls and I were far from impressed, so we escaped the tour, swore to write a bar review on TripAdviser, and walked back to the nice part of town for a real dinner. We ordered vegetable paella for 3, and it came out in one massive pan, plonked on the ...