Hotel HLG City Park Sant Just
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Today we ended our journey on the Island Princess in the beautiful city of Barcelona, Spain. We disembarked and caught a bus to the Hotel Majestic in the Gracia District. Majestic is the perfect word to describe not only the hotel, but the entire city of Barcelona. Words cannot express the beauty of this hotel, so take a look at the pictures and …
... with more simple details, very skeletal, and evoked a sense of loneliness and fear; Scott was in awe of the interior pillars - art and structure wrapped into one - pillars of different marble (and diameter), rising up like tree trunks, some twisting, bursting into multiple branches to reach up to to the forest canopy that made up the ceiling of the church; Jane was utterly impressed with the artistic details of the highest ...
... food. Fantastic fruit and vegetables, looks so fresh and colourful. Some of their beef looked nice, but €100 a kg. bit expensive. Can't remember the price of the chicken, but didn't fancy the look of it. We stopped for a drink, the others wanted an iced coffee as they loved the one we had yesterday. The guy spoke very little English, I ordered water as I have been caught before with weird drinks turning up ...
... wait in the queue was about an hour and a half but that's the way it is sometimes. We booked a round trip, so after a drink at the top of Mobthuïc we caught the cable car back. For dinner we headed to a restaurant recommended by a friend called Cuines Santa Caterina which was pretty cool. After a long day of sightseeing (and walked about 15km) we caught the Subway back home to rest the ...
... Eukalee that could (or could not) play the instrument and sing was playing and not only THAT, they were playing 80's pop songs. In a city of 1.6 million I would not have been able to guess that there were so many players of this instrument. Imagine a club full of native Spanish speaking people singing "Take Me On" with accents. Hilarious. So funny. Loved it. They just kept coming and coming and ...