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... foreign cities) and found our hotel. We did take the long way to the hotel, being disorientated when emerging from the metro, but no problem - we had been sitting for 3 hours and needed the walk! This hotel is just perfect. Walking distance to everything, but out of the chaos of the centre of the city. And the room is big - we can put our bags down and have tons of room to walk around them, and there is a huge shower!! These ...
... to stop and get off the bike when we wanted to. Barcelona is well equipped with bike paths that allow the cyclist to get where you want to go while avoiding the cars and the hordes of pedestrians. There are so many tourists in the city, the streets and parks are crowded everyday. I hear more people speaking Spanish and English than Catalan. I thought this was low season, but I guess not when there are 3 cruise ships in the port each ...
... muscle shells under her stool. Bathrooms here share a common area with the hand washing sink. Have separate stalls for men & women. So, you can be washing your hands, while a man opens the bathroom door and walks right on in (akward!) All in all, very pleasant time. Never imagined I would be walking the streets of Spain. Time to board our Norwegian Cruise Ship and go on our Mediterranean cruise. Here we ...
... like a lot but the shots were not
strong and it was so much fun trying new things. After this however, things
went slightly down hill. We walked to a long time to try and find a disco that
one of our friends knew about and when we got there it was too expensive to go
in, then we made our way to the beach where we found discos on the beach. It
was so awesome however by the time we got there we didn’t think it was worth it
to go in so we sat on the beach ...
... the stairs and for some reason there were no hand rails so it was a little scary, but we made it. Inside there were these amazing stained glass windows, which shone beautifully. From here it was off to the stadium that F.C Barcelona play in. We entered and were instantly mesmerised. This place was so big. We were in the change rooms and saw the showers and everything. Then we walked down and had a photo with the replica champions league ...