Hotel Barcelona House
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We started the day somewhat slower today. We headed down to the La Rambla to the marina to visit the Columbus Monument. It was constructed in honour of CC and serves as a reminder that Columbus reported to Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand V after his first trip to the new continent. On the monument CC is pointing to the new land. The monument is 47.2 metres tall and made of bronze. The base of the monument ...
... fourth round of rock-paper-scissors it was myself and Laura and Julie that got the room that stepped onto the pool deck. Leisa and Maki had the dungeon down on the street.
Day one at Santorini was dominated by food. Julie took us to a place that she remembered on the main street. It was a tiny little kebab place and it cost only 2.30 euros to get a wrap with meat, lettuce, tomato and (wait for it) …. (pause for effect) … ...
... hour's drive. It was very sleepy, but there were tourists about especially at the museum where there are some , small evidently, works of Picasso, Matisse and Dali, as all lived or stayed, even it was just for a few summers, here.
We walked across the 14th century Pont du Diable, (1321), famous for its 45m span across the River Tech back then.
Three bridges run near each other. One has been used to ...
... a black umbrella with a bunch of earrings stuck into each section. None of this appealed to us so we just continued into the flat part.
There are two main sections of Park Guell. The larger one is free and this is the part we had already come into. The other, smaller section is where most of the interest lies. This is the section where Gaudi designed the most appealing and intricate parts of his art and architecture. We went to buy a ticket to get ...
... were ridiculous, so many people in the city. Not sure how much that had to do with the 5 cruise ships in port!! Walked down the famous La Rumba road, sadly walked past many beautiful shops, but we stopped in this amazing market, full of beautiful fruit and veg stalls, chocolate and lolly stalls - just amazing. Bought a punnet of strawberries each to eat on the way. By the time we walked to the end of the road we only had half an hour left to get back to the ship so a couple ...