NH La Maquinista
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... dinner and we had some amazing gelato afterward. Day 14 - Rome: We said goodbye to Rome this morning and headed on a bus ride to southern Italy where we would catch a ferry to Greece Day 15 - Sailing islands of Greece: Today begins 3 days of sailing. We arrived pretty early to board our boats and we were off by around 10am. The boat had 5 tiny rooms and a living area. Simmo got the job of chief wanchor and first mate :) It started off really warm but then we got out of the ...
... to the 1800s and stands well above the rest of the city. We saw some of the other historical sites before heading home to rest and meeting up with some friends at a small cocktail bar in the El Born area.
On Sunday, we had lunch at another amazing Tapas restaurant and then headed to the FC Barcelona game. Experiencing a Futbol game with 2 of the top players in the world and watching them score 5 goals was amazing! Another one of Kevin's sport's ...
... or five on the day). The Catalans have their own Arc de Triomf, which is about a third of the size of Paris' but still cool to see. It actually wasn't too far from our hotel. We walked thru a park and popped out of the gardens right by the train station we arrived at the day before, just blocks from our hotel. We made a pit stop for a bathroom break, public restrooms are hard to find, and a break from walking. After our break we decided to walk along the other side of the marina and ...
... have been in the early 1900's. The biggest room seemed to be the bathrooms? We next came upon "the block of Discord", so called because 3 different architects of the era were commissioned to build three VERY distinctive homes for wealthy business families. Gaudi's entry is has a multi-coloured mosaic tiled exterior with balconies shaped like upper part of a skull. Bet Halloween is fun at this house! Butting up to Guadi's house (and we mean attached to ) is the ...
... route to that all over the place. Having grown up with all this lore, I was half curious half fearful of what awaited us.
We took the bus to the Ramblas, which is the main touristy promenade in Barcelona facing the ocean. Adjacent to it is the Olympic Park which is also quite architecturally decadent. We ate at a seafood place and tried some of the local delicacies like potato braves, black rice and of course some Sangria. We walked along ...