Hotel Serhs El Montanya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... so many pedestrian malls in Barcelona, so lovely to walk around without worrying about traffic. The architecture of the buildings is very impressive, such a beautiful city. After dinner Jeanette and Lee were weary do headed back to the hotel while Brian and I wandered around the malls/ shops, so nice at night, until the shops close and they pull down there shutters and unfortunately most of them are painted with ...
... about the Catedral we walked down into the Gothic then Jewish quarters. In the Jewish quarter one of the best wine stores was pointed out by Alexandra and I couldn't go in. Time for lunch now so we enjoyed some Pinxtos and wine at a little place down in this area. From here we hit the bus again for a drive to Park Guell, a very interesting creation over looking the city at the opposite end to MontJuic. Check out the Gaudi Lizard photo.. Our last stop from here was ...
... and we witnessed a lot of flags for Catalonian independence displayed and people had them hanging from many balconies, they are very soon to vote for independence if this group which is not unlike the Quebec separatism debate in Canada. We returned to the suite to have a nap and finally made it into one of the restaurants that we had tried to get into the few nights prior and we had success. It was very good ...
... decided to play up so I spent a little while in the loo. Thank god for medication.
So that kicked in and off we went. We met Lisa at Sagrada Familia and went and saw the most beautiful building. What an amazing masterpiece. Everywhere you looked you could see something different. And Em obviously still thinking of chocolate thought a set of spiral stairs looked like chocolate swirl. We took lots of photos and I'm hoping to get some from Lisa ...
... The houses in perfect position of the fantastic views. Tiles, tiles, tiles. As far as the eye can see. Spain is built upon and from tiles. I, for one love it. Easy to clean, they keep the house cool and they just look awesome. The drive home was one of the best yet, along the coast line. We made it home just before a house shaking storm hit. I swear I could hear the grass singing "Oh happy day!!" Beach followed by a walk through the town lead to us going ...