Hotel Barcelona House
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... and then they were off to Istanbul with the goal of ending in Australia. It was fun to hear about their travels and compare and share some stories. I had some tapas for dinner - octopus and prawn and mushroom risotto washed down with some vino tinto.
With no room left for dessert there was only one thing left for me to do - head home and crash into bed. At least I am walking a lot, to keep up with all of my eating. Anyways - feed a cold and starve a flu! ...
... within Barcelona which provided magnificent views right across the massive port, as well as the whole city. It provided a fantastic panoramic view of the city.
We returned to the ship at around 4.30pm. Claire was ruined by that time. We also had to do a fair amount of walking in addition to the bus ride. This was too much for Claire, therefore she sat in a coffee shop with a couple of other ladies while we visited the Gothic section of the city. ...
... 41 city councillors, elected for a four-year term by universal suffrage. As one of the two biggest cities in Spain, Barcelona is subject to a special law articulated through the Carta Municipal (Municipal Law). A first version of this law was passed in 1960 and amended later, but the current version was approved in March 2006. According to this law, Barcelona's city council is organized in two levels: a political one, with elected city councillors, and one executive, ...
May 17Today was very uneventful as we just drove from Valencia to Barcelona, but there were a couple of interesting things to note. The first is if you try to avoid the toll roads, since the charge is near 30 euro for the trip, we will drive through all of these tiny little towns and two lane roads. While normally this wouldn't have been an issue, traffic was terrible and I thought Logan was going to lose his cool driving behind the very very slow drivers ...
Barcelona... the last port on our cruise.... so sadly we pack up and say goodbye to the ship that has safely across the Atlantic... and what a fun trip that was. One of the other families (home school mum with 3 girls), is staying in the UK with her brother for the summer and they are already talking about taking the sister ship back across the Atlantic at the end of August.
Off to find out car... thankfully we found a smart ...