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... dream, either that, or they were holographic haha.
We head up to the room, the hotel is fully booked so we were unable to get a second bedroom, so we all stay in the one room and get cosy. We unpack a few things and get settled and unravel in conversation and catch ups.
We rest for a little and then decide to head up to level 19 of the Novotel and check out the rooftop deck and bar. It was so gorgeous and pretty, rooftop pool and spa (however far ...
... guide, which I figured out because he made the exact same joke about being the most important person to come out of Stratford Upon Avon. The tour was super informative and our guide was hilarious. It was also a nice change to cycle around instead of walk. Our tour guide recommended visiting the city museum, so we headed there after the tour. It was this amazing Roman city that had been excavated so that ...
Sometimes things work out in ways that are completely unexpected.
With only a single full day in Barcelona, I was up early this morning to do a packed day of touristy stuff. In the next few hours I ticked off La Sagrada Familia, an historic walking tour through the old Gothic quarter, a wander along the beach, a gawk at the markets, an overpriced tourist meal on the main boulevard, and a wander up Mount Juic to get ...
... take pictures back across Barcelona. We had hoped to see the magic fountain which is a huge fountain they run set to lights and music, but it didn't start until 9pm and we were there at 4. The crowds were huge being Good Friday so we decided to give that a miss. I didn't fancy a 5 hour wait on the side of the road. Hard Rock Cafe was calling us around dinner time so we headed there and had a great dinner. ...
... area of the city that was originally developed by Antonio Gaudi. This is where Gaudi turned his hand to landscape gardening. It is a beautiful, strange, enchanting place where he expressed his passion for natural forms.
This was our last night on the boat, and after a tiring day, we decided to dine at home. I was also fighting off a head cold and didn't feel too lively. After our last round of Chartreuse (bloody good stuff - 55% proof), ...