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... warning light flickering madly, and saw the wildly Baroque Cathedral. Again the food made the day and a genial proprietor of the taps bar made our choices for us and we scoffed tiny deep fried shrimps and delicious mini roasted potatoes in rich, sausage and paprika, sauce. Full on flavour but not on quanity, I planned out possible budget meals and we tucked into sauce coated pasta, topped with canned sardines at our stop high on the hillside in Locu. The ...
... about and hour and a half. I really fell asleep. As I was leaving I walked along the coast. The water was soooo warm. I learned that its because the Mediterranean is surrounded my countries and due to the warm climate, it stays warm.
As I was rolling along on my bike after leaving the beach all refreshed, cruising through town....WAM!!....There it was....... A TEQUILA BAR!!
In an earlier posts, from Madrid, remember I told you I could not find Patron ANYWHERE. (Those ...
... Internet, and I found that tomorrow the only time we could train into Carcassonne will get us there around midnight. I saw that if we left Barcelona in 45 minutes, we could get halfway today and save ourselves the late night...it would mean paying double for one night's accommodation as we had already paid here, but what the heck. I asked the kids if they were up to it and they said yes...so we madly packed and rushed for the subway. You know ...
... I strode directly back to the hostel after the tour. By the time I got there / they always finish the tour not at all near where it started / I only had time to try a half an hour or so nap before getting up to get ready before the included dinner. This proved even more fruitless than the last time as a huge group of loud Irish lads crowded around my bunk talking extremely loudly and leaning on it so that it shook. When I gave up and got up and down from my bunk and began to ...
... a story and converted into a shopping centre, the FC Barcelona soccer stadium and some more Gaudi buildings.
I popped into a café along the way for a hot chocolate and OMG! it should be illegal. I think they basically served me a cup of melted chocolate – so yummy and decadent.
They really like their different architectre here. There are so many different styles of buildings, and often right next to each other, but it just makes it all the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility