Hotel Kaktus Playa
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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First, we went to Parc Guell again to see the Salamander. Mummy really loved the mosaic tiles. We also saw amazing columns, views of the city and houses which looked gingerbread houses! Ben and Jon also saw the salamander - made from mosaic tiles. Mummy also bought a beautiful ring from the gift shop. Then it was time to go on a bus tour around Barcelona. Some of the many sights we saw included the ...
... Another interesting commentary about Barcelonas first Cathedral, a magnificent Gothic structure and the remains of the Roman walls. Onto our bikes and first time experiencing the road before hitting the safety of the many cycle ways in Barcelona. Our guide explained we had to just become a bike bus and group together and go for it. A little scarey but we all made it across the road in one piece and a more leisurely ride to Palau De ...
The rental bike survived the night loved outside the hotel - just as the bike man assured me, providing I followed the dual but simple locking technique installed on their bikes. I was actually more worried that the hotel may have objected to its discrete placement out of the way though slightly visible. The hotel also offers rental bikes but when I enquired on day one, they said the daily rental was 45€ so they might not have been happy I'd gone outside. But it all worked ...
... We saw a short film that explained the history of Codorniu and then Alex our guide led us to a trolley car like those you would ride around in when touring Universal Studios. We then got to see some of the beautiful grounds of the winery with a number of Modernista buildings, before entering what used to be the fermenting room to do a sniff test of the various bouquets used in the production of cava. We ...
... on show everywhere, read our books and resisted sleep. There were smelly old men walking up and down the sand dunes amongst the sun bathers tying to sell beers. Most people were already well prepared and the men didn't do too much business.
After a swim and a chapter of book, we walked back to town and worked out our evening. Google told us there was going to be a free flamenco show in a ...