Hotel Barcelona House
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... stop was Catalunya Square. We took off in search of the Met... 10 minute walk... I think we walked the wrong way as it seemed a long walk, however in hindsight it was probably worked out for the best. On our way from the airport to the Hotel we passed "the gherkin" and I said to Doug I thought we were in Barcelona not London.... However, on closer examination it was a very interesting building and all different colours but the outside was all louvre ...
... the pressure and their were a few cock ups but otherwise it was a fairly palatable affair. The food was pretty average, but certainly not bad. Both of our waiters were very encouraging that we should take advantage of going through the full menu and that we should try one of all of the desserts. We didn't do that of course - there's only so much you can stuff in during one sitting, but I can see how some people manage to ...
... country. That kind of mentality is so alien to me. Imagine if Hamilton suddenly decided to just become it's own country?
Actually, if it was Hamilton I doubt we'd complain too much.
Just one thing marred the day. You know when you're at university and here's always a mature student who sits up the front of the class, asks lots of questions and tries to show off? Apparently they exist on walking tours as ...
... that not only was it sunny, a "blue domer" as Poppy would call it, but it was considerably warmer even though there was a heavy wind. Today was left up to Jenny to decide what she would like to do and she said she wanted to walk along the beach. No problem. We plotted a course off the main shopping streets, in case the crowds were out again, and headed for the beach via the 44 acre city park.
Our walk down the Passeig de Sant Joan was lovely. The ...
... by molding clay in his hand to match the movement of a hand opening a door and then cast into brass.
We also spent time in the Gothic Quarter and made it into the Cathedral, watched dancing in the plaza in front of the church, listened to street musicians and walked and walked taking in the atmosphere of the area.
The second day we took the metro up to the north part of the city and then ...