Hotel Sol I Vi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... for the next day (Saturday) as we both had fond memories of the town from when we visited on my first European trip in 1994. A taxi picked us up at 0830, took us to the city to join the group on the coach. Took about 1.5 hours to get there, we drove into the bus parking area along with the 50 or so other tour buses. Sure was a much busier place than we remember from 20+ years ago. Also it was winter when we visited then with some snow in the ...
... into people, scanning the racks for pineapple clothes. We walked back, where we saw the police roping off an area of the square. We all assumed it was a bomb threat, given that there was a truck that said something like 300-BOMB lingering on the side. The funny part was that no one stopped to stare. They acted like it was completely normal, almost as if that happened every day. My dad, being the tourist that he is, took pictures, and everyone ...
... building both inside and out. I went on to the roof terrace to walk among the fascinating shapes and art forms, many of which serve functions such as chimneys, ventilation shafts, stair wells etc. Also as "frames" for sights such as Sagrada Familia. The building also houses a Gaudi's museum and a very large furnished apartment from the early 20th century. By far the most popular stop for passengers was FCBarcelona Football Stadium - Europe's largest. It is ...
... and some other Australians (actually another set of 3 sisters who travelled to Sicily together). Went on the bus to restaurant Cinco Jotas for an 8 course tasting ( like tapas) and ate lots of different things that I wouldn't normally have had nit was interesting and good to try something different. Finished up early and went back home for an early nite ...
... something better than our point and shoot but not too complicated. We learned what a "bridge" camera was and decided on a Panasonic and already knew Casanova Camera’s price from the internet. It was a nice camera with great zoom capability which we wanted for photography in Africa but it weighed several pounds. For only 250 Euros more we settled on a nifty little Olympus Stylus One. Not quite the zoom of the Panasonic ...