Flor Parks Hotel
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... put it into words. I would say that my trips to Guatemala, Ecuador, and Europe for the first time were eye opening. I wouldn't say the same about this adventure though, as that would imply that my eyes were previously closed. Instead, I would call it a deepening or broadening experience. I think that the world is made up of infinite perspectives and experiences, and the more of them we understand, the more fully we understand life in general.
... Nice and picked up our car for the next ten days. Had some challenges getting out of the airport and finding our apartment. Thank goodness Greg programmed the GPS before we left. So despite a detour through Nice we arrived safely at the apartment. It was just as we remembered and is palatial compared to our cabin aboard the ship. And so our Provence adventure begins.
... to pick the best bands or highlights. Our first night we started old school with James, then we saw Ellie Goulding and Tinie Tempah. (This is a test remembering it all!) Night two was a good one - we started with Razorlight and then Tom Odell, Jake Bugg and Kasabian - who were amazing. The third night was quieter for us especially after how good the previous night was, but we still saw Katy B, Lily Allen, Libertines and Example. And then the final night we just raved ...
... to the untrained ear. Should one travel to Barcelona, a healthy dose of Spanish knowledge should suffice for a truly authentic experience, and English speakers can get buy at the most surface level restaurants and venues. In all, Barcelona was without a doubt my favorite City in Spain. It is unlike anywhere else that we have visited and it is very easy to fall in love with the architecture, the sunshine, the culture, and especially the food. ...
... bumping party on Plaša Commercial, preceded by a parade with all eight of the colorful "mascots" from each barri. It was a great party. (We want to introduce this tradition in Berkeley… with recycled paper confetti and biodegradable, organic balloons, of course.) Sadly we missed the Ash Wednesday morning event called the Burial of the Sardine, which marks the end of the Carnaval and the beginning of Lent.
El Born was the place to ...