Hotel J. Balmes
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- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Business Services
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... places were extremely fun! Mike got us into VIP at Shoko and we had an amazing time! At the end of the night we said goodbye to Mike because he was leaving for Munich the next day to see Sam Smith in concert (of course).
The next morning we woke up and took the metro to Brunch & Cake, which is a brunch place everyone had told us about. I had the Eggs Benedict on top of a waffle it was TO DIE FOR. Then we went to Park Guell which is a high point ...
... in support. Barcelona is a relatively modern city design wise as the old walls were pulled down and new streets built in the 19th century. The streets are wide as are the footpaths but there are sill many beautiful sandstone brick building and apartment blocks. Lots of old building have been converted to museums and there was quite some growth preparing for the Olympic. Spain was hit bad during the GFC as they changed ...
Back to dinner….We had a bit of a wait,
but it was SO worth it! We scarfed down
ham croquettes, an eggplant dish which was to DIE FOR, sautéed mushrooms and a
dish of potatoes with a romesco sauce.
We washed it down with sangria and were VERY happy. We were BOTH eager to get back to the room
So back to the hotel, and up to the
Penthouse Dome Suite – I SO love ...
... his last name and no longer signed his work with "Pablo" anymore. Then hotel check out and a flight to London. After negotiating trains and subways, we found a small grocery store for some hors d'oeuvres and wine, and then found the flat we rented from my friend Leslie's aunt and uncle in St. John's Wood. It is absolutely perfect for us, and we are fortunate they rented it to us. Birthday toasts and cards, snacks and games, and a family decision not to go out ...
Barcelona... the last port on our cruise.... so sadly we pack up and say goodbye to the ship that has safely across the Atlantic... and what a fun trip that was. One of the other families (home school mum with 3 girls), is staying in the UK with her brother for the summer and they are already talking about taking the sister ship back across the Atlantic at the end of August.
Off to find out car... thankfully we found a smart ...