Hotel Silken Ramblas Barcelona
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We landed in Barcelona without incident! One forgets how long it takes to get here, fight uneventful! Ended up with exit row seat for me too as Terry had no one beside him. arrived about 8.30 am Barcelona time and found our accomodation with the help of Juan Lopez our taxi driver. We had to call the man to get him to come amp do let us in at 12. We found are cafe to have ...
... the street for 20 Euro. We walked home and got in around 10:30. We decided to just enjoy a lie-in morning tomorrow instead of trying to head out somewhere before the airport. I think that’ll be a good decision.
Tomorrow, England. In one way, I saw “Finally!” because London’s one of my favorites but I also say “Oh No” because it’s getting closer to our return to the real world of normal ...
... or more cheeky in the case of the youngest!) Everyone is fit and well and gradually finding their place. Someone - not mentioning names - still finds paperwork to be a task to be avoided and his better half keeps trying not to do it for him. Beers were enjoyed frequently- note size increase- and icecreams were sampled at least daily by the kids and possibly almost by myself- that was instead of beer!
Gaudi's cathedral was incredible in its ...
... s, Spain's only remaining department store chain, which has a rather good household department - all those culinary utensils you never knew you needed - before returning to the hotel to check out.
At Plaša Catalunya we boarded a waiting A1 Aerobus for Barcelona airport. The roads were not too busy and we arrived in just under 35 minutes.
... but his influence on the city and those that see his work is undeniable! It is said that a trip to Barcelona without seeing this amazing Bascilica is a trip wasted. I tend to agree! After a rest we meet up with the family we had some delicious Tapas for dinner and head for the Magical Montjuic Musical Fountain. We arrived by train and there were thousands of people waiting to see the spectacular! And what a spectical it ...