Hotel Cuatro Naciones
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With less than two weeks left of my summer European travels, I've arrived in the final country to be visited on my tour: Spain. It’s sort of odd that my travels should end here, because this is now the third time I’ve visited Spain within the last six years; I spent two weeks here with my family in 2009 and studied in Madrid (AKA sat through a couple days of classes per week then dipped out to visit a different Spanish city every ...
... spent hours soaking up the hustle and bustle. From buskers and living statues to the most divine ice-cream.... this street was a sensory experience of note! One evening we decoded to enjoy a buffet meal on this street, all you can eat tapas, yum! The food was great but when it was time to pay, the language barrier had us in a panic. I had ordered a G&T which was costing us 18 Euros and we had been served (and charged for) an extra large serve of Paella instead of a small ...
... to nearby San Pedro de Alcantara where we know motorhomes can park for free. It’s not that close and we have to cycle for 35 minutes, but along the beachfront it’s a pleasant cycle-ride. We ignore the hordes of Northern African salesmen offering rip-off designer goods and arrive at a beach near the harbour. We have found a beach that the locals like; away from the tourists, but we are both so tanned these days people often think we are Spanish ...
... de Grącia' which used to link Barcelona to Gracia when , Gracia was its own village. It's a pretty impressive road with trees lining each side and gorgeous buildings.
The back streets of Gracia are full of little independent cafes and restaurants and loads of little art studios and shops. Again they were all closed but it was nice to have the freedom of looking around and getting our bearings without all the chaos. Craig and Alfred had a play in the park for a ...
... He made a point of telling us that if we needed anything for the duration of our time to come and find him there and he would help us out. We enjoyed a delicious cheese and ham plate and a few glasses of wine for us and coffee for Jenny ( her new favorite drink). We also enjoyed a nice chat with a couple who was seated at the bar. He was an American, she was Polish but lives part time in Barcelona. She is a photographer, who uses a camera straight out of the middle ...