Apsis Porta Marina
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- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... knew where to go, we only just arrived when a porter arrived with a cart to take the bags, we waltzed straight through security and on to the ship. We were in our cabin in less than 30 minutes of arriving at he railway station. That does not happen every day The rest of the day was fairly leisurely, met up with. Peter and. Jennifer and. Janelle and. Paul and spent the afternoon unpacking and orienteering. France ...
... small morcilla sausage worked well with the onions as did the peppers with cheese. The cod balls and patatas bravas were both a little disappointing in comparison to the other dishes. All in all it was a good meal in relaxing surroundings, where we could sit back and talk about what we had seen and enjoyed earlier in the day. The last thing to do was pay the bill, take a walk back to the hotel and fall into bed.
... with penises. The ones I liked the most had bright colours, and were from later in his career. After Miro I caught the Telerific Montjuic up to the Castle. The views from the Telerific were amazing! You could see all the way from La Barceloneta to well past anything I knew in the west. It was very interesting to look at the city as a whole. At the top I walked around but didn’t actually go into the Castle. Once I had wandered ...
... A couple of folks have recommended the hop on hop off bus here, an option I would normally consider horrid, so i was surprised by the multiple recommendations. Now I totally get it. So, hop on we do! We wind through narrow streets with a visually stunning blend of contemporary and really really old architecture. We hop off at La Sagrada Familia, the Gaudi "chapel." It's the size if a complete city block with spires going up about a billion feet, so chapel ...
Today has been a long day. Woke at 4am as the ship started to dock at Barcelona Port. We sort of dosed before getting up at 7am ready to depart at 9. After breakfast we said good bye to our Canadian friends and then it was off the boat and into the city by taxi. As expected, when we arrived out our apartment it wasn't ready which left us 4 hours before we could get in. So we grabbed a cab and went to Nou Camp, home of the Barcelona Football club. Nou Camp is one of the most ...