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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... It must be Calgary children's clothing stores and mommy-and-me classes I have heard of from friends and family. The night was just the opposite. The the session was called "WTF Jam Session". Parents if you are not familiar with the acronym, Google it. If the name didn't give away, It was pretty out there. Basically a free-for-all in of jazz meets hip hop meets ...
... a bit of sooky time and back to restaurant street for dinner. Lots of photos have been taken in the last day or so and it is going to take a little while to sort these out. Today we are off to the Sagrada Familia (apologis for the spelling), the Gaudi Cathedral that is still under construction. From there the Spanish version of the Arc de Triumph and then back to the fresh food markets. One of the reasons why the fresh food markets is on the list, ...
... Gothic Quarter, Las Ramblas, and El Centro (near la Plaza de Catalunya). I was so excited that I finally got to see the beach. I rode along the boardwalk for a little over a mile. I had lunch at a little beach bar and ate some kind of chicken sandwich.
After lunch and finishing biking around, I decided to go on my own little pilgrimage. Since I could not make my pilgrimage to Montserrat, I wanted to get lost in the city and see how many churches I ...
Friday in Barcelona and still getting used to the new time zone, Paul and I were both awake at 4:00am, but let's not worry about these minor details and focus on the benefit of having a husband that returns from an early morning walk with coffee and croissants! This morning we set out and bought metro tickets and headed to La Rambla - this being the main tourist district. A wide boulevard with plane trees and ...
... to see what we could see and end up at Sagrada Familia for our 3 o'clock tour. We didn't get far when we came upon Sant Pau Hospital which was designated as a Unesco World Heritage sight. It functioned as a working hospital until 2009 when it was closed and now is being restored to its former grandeur to become a museum and cultural centre. We donned safety vests and hard hats and set off. It is a ...