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... next door to the hotel. And tapas and potatoes bra as. Gotta stay fueled. For our nap. For dinner we head up to this shopping center that used to be a bullfighting ring. The top floor is all restaurants with a wrap around balcony and a view of these spectacular lighted fountains. Dinner was solid but not special, we are way more wowed by the view and the um, passionate couple seated near us. Norm has the better view, and keeps cracking up and giving the play by ...
... than us and probably understood Spanish as well. We walked from there back to Placa de Catalunya. Enjoyed my first Sangria along the way and jumped back on the bus to continue the city tour (Red Line) which takes in the South side and the port area before completing the circuit. I love Barcelona. Sangria again at the beach. We head back through the Borne maze to our room (via different lane ways each time) and have a snack of fresh panini from a nearby ...
... to the toilet." Quick as a flash Video Girl replied, "do you want me to hold your stuff?" "Thank-you for the offer but I have been going to the toilet by myself for a long time now and I don't need any assistance, you frisky minx." he replied heading towards the gents, thinking to himself, "Now I know how the Customs Officer with the explosives scanner felt at Tullamarine Airport." On Battery Boy's return from another successful visit to the toilet ...
... s going to be finished because the designers are trying to figure out exactly what Gaudi would have wanted. After the tour we went to Park Guell, another famous attraction of Barcelona. The park gives a panoramic view of the city and is covered in mosaics. After the long day, we went back to the hostel to get some food and drinks and hang out with more interesting people staying at the hostel. The next day we got up and headed to the airport for our next stop, ...
... designated a Unesco World Heritage site.
Hotel España originally opened its doors in 1859 under the name Fonda de España, and was later renovated by the celebrated modernist architect Lluis Domènech i Montaner in the early twentieth century with the collaboration of Eusebi Arnau and Ramón Casas. The work was
deservedly recognised by Barcelona City Council when, in 1904, it awarded the hotel with its Diploma of ...