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- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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Arrived this morning and took the autobus to Plaza de Catalunya & my sweet little hotel. Such a bustling city full of so many lovely people! I am in awe of the European city I have only seen in pictures; the old buildings, tiny walk ways between buildings with little shops everywhere. And did I mention the sea of people?! There is a festival …
... us in Barcelona. After squeezing five of us into their four-seater VW convertible, we made our way to a beach-side restaurant on the boardwalk at Barceloneta. We spent two and a half hours looking over the long yellow cuticle of sand that stretched out beyond us while we (slowly) consumed excessive tapas, paella, and white wine. At the end of the meal, Pedro asked if I’d like a whisky as a "digestive," which I declined, and he dejectedly ...
... surprise. We follow a happy, clapping musical procession and admire the grand alters strewn about the city. It is a wonderful atmosphere and a most enjoyable experience. Eventually, our feet begin to ache, so we return to Ruby and journey on towards Madrid. We stop in Puerto Lapice, where there are full motorhome service facilities and enjoy a peaceful night overlooked by three white under lit windmills on the hills above.
We have big plans for ...
... tortilla sandwiches before retiring to our cabin.
By early morning, with great excitement, we saw that we arriving in the port of Mahon, and so it was that our holiday was truly happening. No friend Fanny, who had gone down with a recurrence of cat scratch fever, and no friend Judith whose father she feared was too close to deaths door; just me and my little ones. But even alone, this was still a wonderful travel gift I so needed, for to enliven my nomadic soul ...
... saw us visiting the modern church of Barcelona, the afternoon found us in the medieval one: the Cathedral of Barcelona. The dark Romanesque interior was in stark contrast to La Sagrada but just as atmospheric. The most beautiful part of the cathedral were its Cloisters which surrounded a lush courtyard filled with Palm trees and a pond full of white geese. Day three in Barcelona: Today we were off to the monastery of Montserrat. No Nuns, no cookies! Argh! The train ...