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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to change her mind. She didn't do they tortured her. The filled her barrel with glass and stuff and rolled her down hills. They did it all day but she lived. The Romans wee terrified so they crucified her. After a few hours she was still alive. So they set her on fire and cut off her head. 10 years later Constantine took over. He made Christianity the number 1 religion of the west. The official name of this basilica is church ulalia (or something like that). ...
... we found a nice little tapas for another beer and a bite to eat, sat out in the sun. Really pleasant. We were back on the ship around 4 where we sat and watched the world go by. We were the first of 4 ships to leave and the deck party was very good. Island Princess was in so a bit of a sound off as we passed. Early night tonight as we are both tired, en route to Corsica for a midday dock ...
... a nifty 2 hours and before we know it we are on the airport bus heading into Barcelona. We check into the lovely Crowne Plaza Fira Centre at just after12 and our room is ready. Lovely big spacious room with the largest flat screen TV I have ever seen in a hotel room. It's bigger than the one at home. We head out to explore the surrounding area. We are close to the Montjuic area of Barcelona. Montjuïc is translated as "Jew Mountain" in ...
... from France. They had done 6 Greek islands over two weeks both camping and hosteling. We were talking about how annoying the crowds were. They told me about their day from hell which consisted of bumping an American's rental car with their four wheeler. The American carried on screaming and swearing and insisted on exchanging information even though there was no damage to the car. After all, that is what you do in America. ...
... The exterior was under restoration and covered. We checked our energy level and decided to go find food instead. We walked two blocks passing the myriad of sidewalk cafes. We were drawn into a second floor restaurant, the Pomarada. We were seduced by their Pre-fixe dinner for 23 Euros including wine, water, coffee, two course meal and desert. We were seated with a view of the street below in what appeared to be a ...