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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the building, we were told its a newish restaurant, show and nightclub. The queues continued until we went to bed and the clientele looked a bit more out there as the evening progressed. Close by we saw a shop with some bags and bought a suitcase for 25 euro. We took it back to the hotel and Craig put on longs as he was getting a few insect bites on his legs. While in the hotel we bought a 2 day pass to the Hop On Hop Off bus for 35 euro each. The we called into ...
Today we had Crepes for breakfast at a cafe & then headed for the train. On the way we discovered some really cool fresh food markets were I bought a fresh juice.The underground systems in europe are awesome & you don't need to wait long for a train. We got off at montjuic cable car & went to the top lookout over the port. It wasn't really that interesting so we found the hop on/off bus on our return cable car trip. We got off ...
... day when we had extra money to spend.
After our meal it was time to head back to the hotel to make sure we had everything packed and ready for our trip back home. Sad times!!
Although our flight is in the afternoon we have time to have our last lunch in Barcelona and to get any last bits we need before heading off to the airport.
Tomorrow will be time to go home ... sad face
Today the weather is still warm, dry and sunny, whoop whoop whoop. Today we are in beautiful Barcelona and it is the May Day holiday. We get off the ship and catch a bus to the bottom of the Ramblas, which at this early hour is still waking up and getting ready for the day. We have a map great weather and a city to explore. A lot of the shops will be closed today, which oddly enough seems to put a bit of a spring into the step of one of us :). It is also traditionally ...
... and you'd better not call them Spanish.
Just as an aside, in Spain the letter "C" is pronounced with a slight "th" sound. Our walking tour guide told us this story. It seems that when the Hapsburgs were the nobility in charge, there was a lot of inter-marrying going on among them and they all ended up with this pronounced jaw line that caused some sort of lisp. Well the locals wanted to be fancy, just like the nobles, so pretty soon everyone was lisping ...