Bel Air Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... problem in that apparently the bus had a mechanical problem and we'd all have to get off at the next stop and wait for the replacement bus. When we arrived, there was no replacement bus. And nor was there one coming! Instead, we were to join the back of the already long line of tourists waiting to board the next bus. My bladder wasn't having that, so we decided to go for a walk in the big park next to us. I searched in vain through the park looking for a toilet ...
... Midday visit to Gaudi's last and best known secular and civil building: La Pedrera. 8 levels complete with wavy roof top. - Lunch was incredible tapas (at the bar) - Then we went to Park Guell (after a 2 hour wait to get in - only to realise that most of the park you can get into without a ticket!) - We finished with dinner at a fantastic Vietnamese ...
... and picked up the boys, and we wandered around the Bari Gotic. The streets were super small and more like sidewalks, I didn't think they would be so tiny. We stopped in a little shop to try a orxata drink, it was good. And a turron which is a little nougat thing, also good. Karl was started to melt from being starving, so we hustled to the Barcelona cathedral, which I thought was pretty amazing. The boys thought so too, and I told them wait until sagrada familia tomorrow! A ...
... 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 ...
... down the Citadel. By the time we reached the top, the party of eight instantly split into two parties of four and we lose the women. I walked to the side to take some photos only to turn around and find our party of four had become a party of two (Santy and I). We continued taking photos until there were no signs of the rest of the group returning. Santy and I yell out the names of those in the group only to have our voices echo right back at us. We climbed ...