Bel Air Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... deck to relax, so I decided it'd be nicer up there then in the hot room. Before I could do it, I had to make our arrangements for tomorrow. Somebody had to be the mother around here. This meant checking into our flights online and arranging all those required documents to be printed at the hotel. After about half an hour of buggerising around, I was upstairs in the sun! Daniel and I got a feed at the bar before heading upstairs. I had a quick dip in the pool, ...
a situation wisely. In retrospect I am surprised my current roommates didn’t give me any warnings when I told them of my plans, but then a mourning dove will do in a pinch. I looked up the symbolism of mourning doves and found this: Your feelings are accurate and
valid. Trust them and act accordingly.
I couldn’t help but be reminded that my great-grandmother
actually was a prostitute, though I am ...
... them? After a ****** breakfast, they started taking things away and I missed coffee because there were no mugs! It's a good thing we stock pile snacks in our room or else this big gal would be hungry! On another topic, we haven't done laundry since Switzerland which is somewhat of a miracle considering that we've still managed to make friends since then. Here we are again trying to do our laundry and the machine has already swallowed 3€ without doing ...
... get around again, and my Spanish is terrible. Not to mention my Castilian Spanish, but we managed. We were able to get the car and then asked a nice lady at the information desk how to get to our hotel from the airport. She was excited to explain because she lived in the town we were staying in and then proceeded to tell us where to do for dinner. Her directions were in the form of very poorly written words on ...
... got to the top and the view was breathtaking. I got sung to by a creepy man dressed in all cheetah serenading me by growling and purring at me (Pictures below) and then literally jumped out of my shoes when a dressed up person on the side of the road scared me by moving. If you know me I get scared easily and I thought that thing was going to attack me. We finally made it to the part of Park Guell where all the tourist are. The park itself, is a huge park on the side of mountain ...