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- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... bits back in the bags, no haven't bought much as very touristy. Only gaudi and Dali books, haha couldn't resist as beautiful work. So dubai overnight then home. Thanks spain and Portugal we had a wonderful time and still don't know much of the language, can order coffee, just...... Still look at us weirdly, can order beer and wine and now mastered rosado too. We have had numerous picnics, which saved us a fortune in time and money, also better wine and views with a lot of laughs in ...
... the types of shops where price tags are not really of interest to the purchasers and therefore good places not to be) and then onto the metro and into Catlunya station.
We then did some shopping trawling through some of the classy shops in all directions. I gotta say, the Spanish do shop displays as they do everything else - with class and passion and panache. Some of the shop displays are almost works of art with the goods on display and lighting and decor ...
... pretty good as well. We went for a walk up Las ramblas and took a detour down a side street and found a beautiful little square with a fountain and a quiet little restaurant with a really flash menu. I think we are going to go back there tonight for our last dinner in Barcelona. We continued up this little side street and found a local church and we took the back roads arpund to the cathedral. Really nice walk. Joelene has found some leather boots and if ...
... of Barcelona. We found a great little bar right on the beach and settled in for some beers. The sun was still shining quite brightly as we watched the big cruise liners come into the port and the planes flying in over the sea making their approach to the airport. Next to us there were a group of Spanish women having a hens party and on the ogre side on the beach were a group of Polish guys on their bucks night trying to bury a mate in the sand. It was hilarious! On the way ...
... school holidays, we, with around 6500 other people, descended on the park. It was almost impossible to take photos without anyone else in the shot. The park consists of a free area and an area where payment is required for entry. This area contains the famous Gaudi dragon, other mosaic pieces and quirky buildings that would have been more at home in Disneyland. The problem with this area is that ...