Hotel Toledano and Hostal R. Capitol
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... to find another option back to the hotel. We think we can take the one line and then switch to the other. What we don't realize is the second line is actually a tram line so we have to buy two tickets instead of just one single ride. The metro was very hot. It reminded me of Philly's subway system. The tram was nice but it took awhile for it to arrive. By the time we get back to the hotel it is after 11pm. What a long day! I'm exhausted!
... time. The rest of the museum had some interesting pieces including some Picasso's and an interesting gift shop.
Vicki and I headed off on the train again, more seeing what is where.
We returned for dinner with the gang before they all headed off to different places tomorrow. Trevor managed to negotiate Paella and Sangria for 15 Euros each.
One good find for the day was when I weighed the heavy bag and it is still 4 Kg ...
... way and avenue of trees. However now it is just a crowded street full of over priced cafes and tacky souvenir stalls, although it has maintained its avenue of trees and paved walk way. Sadly, although travel broadens the mind, cheep budget airlines are possibly degrading the very things that everyone comes to see. And yes I know that I, as a tourist, am part of this problem. Concerning whales. I have been asked to undertake covert photography of this species in its ...
... learnt have I?
The red brick edifice is quite nice in it's own way and the story behind the wars regarding are interesting. The history lessons are written in posters placed around the district near the Parc de Cuitadella and Zoo. These make references to the battle of the Boubon's from France. The war went for a many years before the final assault under an English Earl of Berwick, the disgraced son of James II. ...
A very very long trip across country to get to beautiful Barcelona., about 7 hours. Once again the landscape was hilly and dotted with olive groves and fruit trees. The bus makes a stop every 2 to 3 hours. You get about 1/2 hour for drink and loo stop. With the bus been predominately women you spend half of that in the queue for the loo. Lunch stop is just at a wayside servo thingy and generally for about 3/4 hour.
Now for those of you wondering ...