Hotel Serhs El Montanya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... which was still in the process of being renovated/built. It was called Sagrada Familia. The building works on this church are and have always been, funded purely by donations from the public. You need to google it because me trying to describe it will not do it justice!!
The bus tour took us through the main part of the city and out to the north where the wind blowing over our heads made it slightly ...
... into people, scanning the racks for pineapple clothes. We walked back, where we saw the police roping off an area of the square. We all assumed it was a bomb threat, given that there was a truck that said something like 300-BOMB lingering on the side. The funny part was that no one stopped to stare. They acted like it was completely normal, almost as if that happened every day. My dad, being the tourist that he is, took pictures, and everyone ...
... the old town with workers hosing the ground. There are trash receptacles and recycling bins on just about every corner. Except for the cigarette butts and there were loads cause the Spaniards smoke A LOT, there was really no other litter. It is a beautiful city with a great diversity of architecture to enjoy while strolling and pleasant plazas to sit and relax in. It has a lot offer to all types of people, as long as you like people...and lots of them! Zurich, on the ...
... seldom sleeps and a beautiful Saturday afternoon and evening lay before us. We were not disappointed. The "Palau de la Musica Catalana" was our first target. It is a incredibly beautiful Modernista style concert hall. Designed and build by Lluis Domenech i Montaner in 1905. He, the ultimate OCD character,controlled each element of its construction to a fantastic effect. He completed it with private money in three years. Our tour took us inside and amazed us with ...
... my chest. I called, text and then Facebook messaged. No answer. All these questions started racing through my head: 'Where could he be?', 'How soon is too soon to call the police?', 'How do I tell Dane's mum that I lost him?'. And then, the dorm room door opened and Dane was standing there! Thank goodness! 'Where have you been?!', I asked him. He'd been watching the sunrise on the beach with this lovely lady from South America who had bought him a coffee and a croissant. Prior to that ...