Luna Park Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
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... open. Now it is like a big craft market. All the buildings house little restaurants and shops. The shops are owned by artisans who make and sell their own wares. It was all things Spanish, from ceramics to fans, wraps and blown glass. It was a nice little place and a good spot to get some souvenirs. Further along on the bus we came to Teleferic de Montjuic. These are those aerial cable car things. I had intended to jump in one but it was getting late in the day and ...
... a cortado but the very friendly manager convinced us to have the dessert described as bread, olive oil, chocolate and salt. It was sensational - Ian and I will attempt to recreate parts of this meal when we get home. It was a really great way to finish off our last night in Barcelona. We got back to the hotel quite early so we were able to do most of our packing in preparation for our train trip to Valencia in the ...
... tonight's dinner did not disappoint. We split steamed mussels for the appetizer, then Monica ordered the grilled salmon and I had the seafood paella. Both were excellent. We've had a fun time eating in Spain and really enjoyed all of the different local food we've been able to try. Our train to Paris leaves at 9:20 tomorrow morning, so we're calling it an early night. We had a really fun time in Barcelona (and Spain as a whole) and we're now looking forward to our 5 days in ...
... mildly. The district is still bordered by Roman walls circa 4th century AC - what is remaining of them has been incorporated into surrounding buildings. The stone just looks so incredibly old. There are courtyards everywhere (called "placas") and the Placa de Reil took our breath away, especially at night. Palm trees (yes!), birds chirping, people milling about, and restaurants lined along all sides, patios filled with people. We got lost in the maze of streets, and ...
... groups. We went further up the mountain on a very steep cable funicular railway to the lovely small chapel of Saint Joan. The chapel sits on the edge of a ridge at 1000 mts with spectacular views. Well worth the effort.
After dinner we went to the Palau de la Musica which is a world heritage site with lots of ...