Hotel HLG City Park Sant Just
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- Swimming pool
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... the Spanish government for autonomy. However, unlike Scotland, they won't allow that as this region is probably the richest in the country. Catalan flags hang from apartment windows in the city, and they have their own dialect and a proud history.
Our hotel, Praktik Rambla, was right near one of the big shopping districts, Passeig de Gracia. It's a wide, busy boulevard, that leads down to one of the most ...
We decided to get a quick overview of the city by taking a narrated bus tour. There were three tours and we managed to hang in there for two of the tours (about 3.5 hours total). Traffic was congested in some parts, hence slow going at times. It is a great bustling city of 3 million people that reminds me a little of San Francisco, but ...
... of my favorite stops on the tour was Park Güell, one of Gaudi's works as well. The park was constructed in the beginning of the 20th century. Very unique architectural design with small colorful tiles. A few stops later we were at Jardins de Miramar which has stunning panoramic views of the city! This was a favorite stop for all four of us. A few other interesting stops included the 1992 Olympic Facilities ...
Wow it's been a whole week already! One third of the way done, boo! Today was our super resting day at sea. Mark and karl slept until 8:30, kurt until 9:30 and me until 9:48! It was so dark and nice in here.... We went up to Cabanas for breakfast and the boys were really happy to get sausage and Mickey waffles for breakfast! I am really happy to have diet coke on tap any time I want it! After breakfast, I went for a mini walk and mark took ...
... appeared here and there. We dodged the walkers and the dogs and bounced down to the peddle playground that is the Arts and Science Park. It was everything I'd hoped. Unlike the images I'd seen in photographer David Clapp's talk back at school a couple of years ago, they were sunlit and even at night no coloured lights floodlit the buildings, however the sheer imagination, clarity of execution and boldness stunned us. Geiger like, their supporting ribs and buttresses ...