Attica 21 Barcelona Mar
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Weather: cloudy but still warm in France Off to Barcelona today! Looking forward to it because everyone has said good things. We did the normal routine, up, packed, down to breakfast and spoke to a nice family from Malaysia who are now living in London and were holidaying in South of France. They had been to NZ a few times so was interesting to chat to them. The nice B&B man Le us print our plane tickets for the next couple of flights and then ...
... date of completion is 2030, but there is no guarantee it will be done by then.
Gaudi was truly a genius. The way he used natural light in his buildings, and employed designs from nature — Catalan arches to support roof structures — similar to backbones in animals, or parabolic shapes as ropes hang from two points on a ceiling — is masterful.
La Sagrada Familia has wonderful natural lighting, with stained ...
... like one more load of clean clothes. The last bonus is that I did get to have paella in Spain. :). The kids got over it in no time, while I still felt stressed from the rushing. I also had a glass of wine with my paella for the first time since we've been here and realized that I need to drink a little more and relax a little more. No harm done - we're on vacation!! But I will now be furiously booking the rest of our train routes in the next few days. ...
... 8211; one car only barely made it into the ferry garage because the pile of containers on its roof was so high!
Arriving in Barcelona we had read that it was hard to get a taxi from the docks as most people bring their cars, naturally Steve scoffed at this and of course we ended up having a fairly long walk to a nearby hotel to get one.
First thing you notice is how wide and clean the streets are and we soon found the most popular ...
... asking, and she pointed out my backpack. According to her, the thieves in Spain were the best in the world and if I had anything precious in my pack it might as well be gone. Shifting my bag from my back, I thanked her for the heads up…I didn't realize how much thievery existed in these parts. After the tid-bit of advice, she hung around for a moment and we talked about what was worth seeing or doing if we only had one day. She noted there was a huge market in the heart ...