NH Ciutat de Mataro
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... neither of us had bothered to remember the street the hotel was in! Well, the cab driver didn't speak English and had never heard of the Sunotel' and so we asked him to take us to the Cathedral. All good except wrong cathedral!!so 10 Euros later, we decided to get out and try to find a cabbie who spoke some English!!! Finally Mark found one who understood us and dropped us back to our motel! Quite an adventure for today! So we're out for happy hour and a relaxing ...
... watering Nutella & fruit crepes and fancy cocktails. Really cute, small place. All of the locals we've encountered have been so friendly and informative. The people, crepes & drinks here were great! Would definitely recommend this place to anybody in the area. One last thing - must go to sandwich joint if ever in Barcelona, Bó de B. This hole in the wall place was recommended to us by a friend and ...
... have to say I about started crying, managed to barely hold it together. It was seriously breathtakingly beautiful. Like truly unbelievable. Tearing up again now just thinking about it. It was unreal. So much detail, the colors streaming through the stained glass windows, the altar and Jesus in the beautiful chandelier hanging above the altar. We watched a little video about Gaudi's vision for it, a church for the people, and how the whole community is coming together to ...
... I should move to Spain and get a flat in the city" quality to it. Except for one building. When the tour bus stopped in front of the Sagrada Familia I said to Mike: "We have seen a lot of amazing buildings in our time. We have seen Ankor Wat. We have seen Hagia Sofia. We have seen cathedrals, churches, castles and ruins and yet THIS building...this is by far...the UGLIEST building I have ever laid eyes on." The Sagrada Familia was built ...
... of saliva glands looking at the beautiful fruits and veges, meats and cheeses, nuts, spices, ice cream ( yummy coconut icecream was calling my name ) meats and fish and so much more. Then a stroll along La Rambla ... stalls and street performers, portrait artists and food and sangri .... to see Christopher Columbus and down to the waterfront. Oh and shopping galore down many little narrow streets with quaint drinking fountains. 4 exhausting hours later its ...