Hotel Sol I Vi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 8220;Quite common here.” That explained a lot, including my raised
hackles from the moment I stepped out of the taxi.
I thought back and even wondered if the taxi
driver thought I was asking for a ride to “work”. Good Grief. Now, for those of you who are
worried for my safety, I don’t believe I was in any immediate danger, and having
become street smart in Italy, I have the honed instincts needed ...
... through and dedicate it to The Lord. Truly inspiring. I mean the detail in the stonework, wow is all I can say. Mark said so much more is done now than when he was here like 6 years ago. The pictures just don't do it justice. At 9:30 it was time to go up the Nativity tower. We took an elevator up, and then climbed a bit more. Wow that was a tight staircase! We crossed a bridge to the passion tower, got some great pictures and got to sneak peeks out e windows at ...
... of blond beach and freezing but beautiful Mediterranean and all was well again. Salou, out of season, is deserted. Clubs, casinoes, frankly named 'Stigma Tatooes' and cafes with pictures of the food were locked up and rusty. As we left, pulling into a garage to attend to van housekeeping, tyre pressuress, oil, water and worryingly leaking coolant, we spotted the arches of a super high roller coaster at Port Adventurer. Fun for all the family. Maybe. The bikes ...
I went to Barcelona,Spain. It is famous for Red bull ,Football and olive oil. Barcelona's culture stems from the city's 2000 years of history. To a greater extent than the rest of Catalonia, where Catalonia's native Catalan is more dominant, Barcelona is a bilingual city. Barcelona's people are Generous and good. My memories are that I saw Bull Riding,Barca playing football match and met the famous football players of Barcelona.
... techniques archetypal of the European continent, Barcelona is not as busy, or as crowded, or covered by a industrial haze as may have just been envisaged. The main roads are wide and open, stretching ahead like the shots of New York City favoured by directors in the opening credits of the newest romantic comedy. There are modern and traditional cafes lining the pavements offering a light meal and even a large market place selling local ...