Hotel Silken Ramblas Barcelona
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... except to say that everything has to bigger and better!!they are planning a new city which will include the 7 Wonders of the World ..including the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben etc etc..due to be completed in 2017
for, the evening we went to the Supersized Dubai Mall where we joined up with some more of our travel Bugs over dinner overlooking the dancing fountains
And that is Dubai!!!
Time to get up now..more on Barcelona later....
... meant by that at first. Perhaps he thought we were saying 'drool’! He figured out we meant accent and advised that if you live in the city you have less of an accent than those living in rural areas. They had been travelling around Spain and were also doing the bus trip. He was quite a friendly guy. It’s so hard not to imitate Americans when talking to them!
They had a few interesting buildings around. We passed the Olympic Stadium where the 1992 Olympics ...
... ready to go out so we headed for the Pans & Co on Placa de Sant Jaume for coffee and take away sandwiches.
There was dance in Placa de Sant Jaume, the XI Mostra d'Esbarts Dansaires Infantils I Juvenils which we watched whilst eating our breakfast before making our way down Carrer de Ferran to Placa Reial where the Seguici de Santa Eulalia was starting off for a parade around part of Barri Gotic.
Placa Reial was packed when we ...
... a funicular ride away.
We learned that the cheapest and most convenient way to get around the city is to purchase a day pass known as T-Dia. This costs €7.25 and is valid for all buses, metros and some funiculars. As a single ride on public transport costs a flat rate of €2, we though the card would be good value for money. We found the ticket easy to obtain, as all the ticket machines in all metro stations are multi lingual and the instructions easy to ...
... has been BUSY. Not bad busy. Just busy. So this go around, my first trek to the Mediterrainean Coast, I hope to relax a little more. Catch up on my reading. And of course, my wine. (Or wait, did I ever fall behind?) The flight to Amsterdam was delightful. Once again, thanks to the perks of being air crew, I managed to find myself enjoying the eight hour plane ride in style, upgraded to the World Business Class section on KLM. The experience went a little ...