Bel Air Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the name of a different soldier from the allied troops of WW 1 is honoured. Current family members are invited to attend to lay a wreath. The soldier was from Britain. The band was from a grammar school in Edinburgh. A very moving day which emphasised the futility of war. Another day exploring Brussels before boarding our fast train in the station opposite our hotel to Barcelona. A 9 hour trip with stops but very comfortable. Our hotel is ...
... their cars and the bus they were so concerned. Seriously expensive houses, apartments, boats and cars down there. Saw sheik driving a car with heavies in the back, chauffeured car with an obviously rich Arab in back. Couple of red carpets in evidence along with fan/paparazzi crowds outside a couple of places waiting for goodness knows who. So interesting. Foreshore reAlly lovely, lots of huge private yachts in bay and ...
... on again. It is quite daunting though going through border control when you can't read any of the signs so you don't know what you are supposed to be doing.
Driving back down through the mountains we went through heaps of tunnels (one was really long but we haven't managed to find out how long it was) as we wound our way down and then back up to Montserrat (a monastery high in the hills). We missed the turn off to the first car park where we had planned ...
... by Josep Batlló in 1900. The design of the house made the home undesirable to buyers but the Batlló family decided to buy the place due to its centralized location. It is located in the middle of Passeig de Gracia, which in the early 20th century was known as a very prestigious and fashionable area. It was an area where the prestigious family could draw attention to themselves. • In 1904 Josep Batlló still owned the home. The Batlló family was ...
After a bit of a sleep in we went to Brunch and Cake for breakfast. Good choice!
After that we headed to passeig de Gracia for some gaudi watching. Saw the casa battlo but unfortunately the pedrera was being renovated so couldn't see it. After a walk around the gothic quarter and a look at the amazing Palau de la musica we headed to the ...