Bel Air Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a song from Jack Johnson that has the lyrics 'People taking pictures of people taking pictures of people taking pictures of people.' The only negative aspect of this experience was the rude behaviour of some of the tourists. Some people seem to think that if they are holding a camera, they can walk wherever they want to get the best shot. Even if their positioning requires blocking the view of many people behind them. Occasionally this type ...
... the airport, the scenery was amazing! By the time we settled into our accomm. it was about 7:30 so we dined at a very casual place in the square and had a relatively early night. Bruce and Di have devices that measure how far you walk (they wear them on their wrists) and it seems we are walking about 15 to 20kms a day! Not sure that this is a relaxing holiday but we don't want to miss a ...
... s. Seem like nice people. Nigel gave us an orientation and then we had a short walking tour of the area before heading to the restaurant for dinner. As we were walking it started to rain again with thunder and wind. I'm so glad Franci had an umbrellas because I didn't bring mine. The restaurant was great. The food was better than we have had so far. Very good tapas and wine. Fortunately it had stopped raining by the time we left the restaurant. Good ...
... 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 ...
... myself this time as Ross and Sarah had gone out of town for a day at the Salvador Dali museum - to visit a few things I’d missed. Despite depressing drizzle, I popped in to the beautiful *** Cathedral and its tranquil cloisters, admired the outside of Gaudi’s Palau *** [off La Ramblas] and the Palau de la Musica Catalana before walking past the Arc de Triomphe again, through the *** park and along the port side, before collecting my big pack ...