Attica 21 Barcelona Mar
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Well up at the crack of dawn, actually think it was before dawn rudely awoken by the phone call from reception. Cool here in the mornings. They tell us temperature range can be 10c during a 24 hr period and up around 30c by late afternoon but low humidity Ahhhhh breakfast feast.... Was a littile more controlled with only a 6 month food baby instead of being overdue Long trip today through a variety of landscapes but generally brown on brown on brown with clumps of green. Up ...
... br> it was really quite fortuitous as we were undercover. We then cruised from city
limits to city limits (as defined by rail bridges crossing the river), taking
in the sites of Paris from the river. Some of the best views in Paris, in my
humble opinion, are from the water, particularly of the Eiffel Tower, as it is
built right up to the water.
After thoroughly freezing to death we headed back to the
Eiffel Tower, and lined up to take the lift up to ...
Our flight this a.m was at 7 which means that we leave out hotel shortly after 5. This is the first time in Spain we have not felt like we were on vacation. But the airport was easily navigable and I had my first Starbucks of the trip. I must say that I was disappointed because it tasted just like US Starbucks--which is good for Starbucks,but I was hoping for that delicious strong Spanish caffe taste! Barcelona is a beautiful spacious new airport, but we ...
... history. We were in the way of the english lady's picture, and she expressed her concern that we were ruining her picture. Our tour guide told her to "**** off" and then told us to stand there as long as we could. It was slightly awkward and a little bit funny. The weirdest part of the tour was when she talked about caga tio. That translates to uncle *******. It is the barcelona version of a Christmas tree. The children feed caga tio in the days leading up to Christmas and ...
... Back to the former Soviet grit and grime look and feel.
Back to the Cyrillic alphabet effects, after seeing nothing but our alphabet in Turkey.
And as with Bucharest, which I did not mention there but surely could have, since it applies equally, everyone smokes! Constantly. Indoors, outdoors, you name it. I felt like I was in one big smoke-filled room practically the whole time I was in Bulgaria.