Hotel Serhs El Montanya
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... not so much.) Still, it doesn't work, so I got back down and tell him so. He seems miffed and grabs his master key and follows me up to my room, where I show him indeed it does not work. He looks at my key then and goes "No, this is wrong locker, 'Gee' as in Japan, this your locker over here." G as in Japan? Ohhh. J. Why didn't you say so? Yep it works. Whoopsie. He had actually said that to me before but I glossed over the end of it because as soon as he said the letter I thought ...
Everything is packed ready for when we check out. I took final photos of the views and the living area of our apartment. We really enjoyed staying here at Paseo de Gracia Apartment A.
After breakfast we walked up Passeig de Gracia and took an audio tour through La Pedrera – another Gaudi creation.
Gaudi fashioned door knobs and chairs that are incredibly ergonomic. We spent about 2 hours here, it was really fascinating.
Today we woke up, had breakfast quickly then dashed out the door to catch a train to the airport. We arrived into Barcelona and caught the bus into town, then a cab to our apartment. We were met by Ben, Luke and Amy who had arrived prior to us a day earlier. We headed straight out to lunch, another perfect day. We sat out in the sun for tapas lunch with Sangria of course then did some window shopping before returning home for a siesta.
... We did the latter.
In summary; we joined the queue at 12, entered the basilica at 1 and left at 4. It did not feel crowded and there was no need to rush the visit. A fantastic visit.
Now for lunch. Found a place nearby and shared a salad and some tapas. Bruce asked for a large beer and Anne some Sangria. Well – the beer was larger than any large beer he had to date – it was at least a litre and probably more. ...