Bel Air Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and we were very lucky to have another nice day to enjoy it. After Montserrat we headed on towards Barcelona and out to Castledeffels where we are staying. It is a beach about half an hour south of Barcelona. So pleased we are out here and not in Barcelona itself as the place is VERY busy and huge and crowded. We went to the supermarket to buy a few groceries as we are staying in an apartment for a few days here and you don't realise ...
... 237;. Josep did not want his house to resemble any of the houses of the rest of the Batlló family, such as Casa Pía, built by the Josep Vilaseca. He chose the architect who had designed Park Güell because he wanted him to come up with a risky plan. The family lived on the Noble Floor of Casa Batlló until the middle of the 1950s. We watched the street vendors and got a kick out of them. It's illegal to sell counterfeit goods so they carry them in a ...
... 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, ...
... my art to
Eugenia at l’aram, and she wondered aloud if I ever painted food, I decided to
do a piece just for she and Pere. I enjoyed gathering the ingredients at my neighborhood
market and assembled a still life, and the painting practically finished
itself. I will take it to them tomorrow; it would be thrilling to know a piece
of my artwork is hanging in Barcelona, and I want to let them know how much I appreciate
their kind attention.
... happened upon in Bolzano. Many cultures were represented and the stage presented us with some delightful VERY local entertainment of young Opera singers (it is Italy after all!) and singer/dancers from Poland, the Ukraine (it does exist!) and Lithuania. We refuse to cycle in Italy as the drivers are just...well....rude and it is dangerous, but we were able to do some urban cycling on their well marked cycle path along the river that ran through the ...