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Travel Blogs from Sant Andreu de la Barca
... caught up with Ian and Julianne. Plans for dinner were made to meet at the bar on Deck 10 before heading across to the Patio Bar for a casual dinner tonight.
The weather tonight was balmy and a band was playing on deck. The waiters are very generous and ensure you are never left with an empty glass. Peter’s loving it! Not sure if they have a responsible serving of alcohol policy on board. Should I be concerned?
Had a dance whilst wearing ...
... saying hola or at least learn a few more Spanish words. The local pastime round here seems to be eating, I've never see so many restaurants and bars, is that why it's called bar-celona? We're off soon to have dinner, it's actually hard to find something that isn't tapas, i'd kill for some Chinese............suggestions anyone? Love to anyone reading our blog and apologies for the dad humour, but, as you know, I'm not responsible and have no control over his comedy! Xxxxxxxxxxxx ...
... a vague plan that he is going to stumble upon it, even though we're not even exactly sure wher it is. Nevertheless, we set out and walk and walk and then walk some more. Eventually when we haven't found anything likely looking, we turn back, although Paul is sure if we just kept going we would have found it and who knows, maybe we would have, although I'm still not exactly sure what it was he was hoping to find. We go instead into a cafe for a sangria for me and a ...
... walk to the Metro station and headed for Sagrada Familia. I walked around the outside of this amazing edifice last November but vowed I would wait to bring Debbie to see the interior. Mission accomplished. We considered the views from the outside before slipping through our aforementioned gate and off to get our audio guides.
The building was started in 1882 and was the crowning achievement of Gaudi, who was in intensely religious man. For all of the ...
... each so good value.
The day after we headed for the Sagrada Familia to see if they were still building it. We hadnt seen it for 20 years but they were still building. The queue was horrendously long so forgo that and caught the Metro to the University. This is an interesting area with narrow pedestrian streets opening out into little sqares with bars, just our sort of place.In contrast, there is also MACBA, the museum of contemporary art. This is a huge white ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility