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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and make a snack (well a snack for me, dinner for Issy). We had some tuna, tomato, pesto and rocket on a little brown bread before we headed back upstairs to watch Frozen in bed before my 9pm Mexican dinner. Food wasn't served till after 9:30 and it was actually quite average, 2 tortilla wraps with some bland chicken and avocado. Unfulfilled, I had a bowl of muesli for dessert and headed up to bed to finish the movie in Isabel's sick ...
... board the tour bus. We got off again at La Rambla because Toni wanted to exchange some dollars for euros. We were very careful because we heard there were many pick-pockets there. Then we walked another 18 blocks back to our hotel. I got tired! My calves and shins were sore. We ate dinner across the street (thank goodness it was ...
... reception but the rubbish had already gone. So gutted because my card is the only one that works in foreign ATMs so we can't get any more cash out! Luckily Andy had plenty of cash and we can use his card to pay for things, just not use in ATMs. Anyway, we say goodbye to the group and head to the airport. Trying to get online to cancel cards etc but wifi no good. We land in Barcelona all good and head to our hostel. We follow the directions from the website but when ...
... all very smooth and easy with lots of counters open with helpful staff. We stop for a quick coffee before boarding and then we are on The Liberty of the Seas. This is a little overwhelming for Rors as the ship is huge.
Time for lunch so we head upstairs to the buffet restaurant as we can't get into our cabin until 1.00pm. For this cruise we had booked a balcony cabin that accommodated 4 people and Rors has a sofa bed.
First thing after we get ...
We started our day by having breakfast at home and going grocery shopping. Afterwards, it was time to play tourist and join a free walking tour of Barcelona.
We met the tour group at the Jaume plaza, not far the apartment. Our tour guide, a Catalonian- born, Ireland educated women took us on a walk through Barcelona's gothic quarter, Jewish quarter and through lesser-known paths.
She enticed us with ...