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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Barcelona - stand alone houses - though they looked very upmarket. The bus went as far as it does and from there we had to catch a cable car to the top. But peeks of views on the way up so far suggested it should be worthwhile despute the cable car costing 15 euro return for the two of us. Also the last trip down would be 5.15pm giving us less than an hour up there. It was a long cable car trip through bush with some views. We knew that there is a large church at ...
... Unbeknowns to Joelene i had been here the night before and already lined the waiter up to make sure there was an anniversary message on the bottle of wine, whatever it was we ordered. We had a lovely meal and once again i hoed into the seafood and mussles. Joelene was a bit subdued and had asparagus and then a chicken paella. So from here To the gelatoria and then off to big for a bed day exploring ...
... through the Gotic area looking at shops and people, walked about the port area, then on the way back went to the Picasso museum. This was interesting but seemed to have only parts of his life represented. (Early years then late in life). However very interesting and important to see. We will go out for dinner soon (for tapers)? And tomorrow we have booked the hop on/off bus trip which goes to a wider area of the ...
... taken. Art without a social conscience or social perspective is a costly indulgence. Though art dignifies our experience ...
We retrace our path, furnicular and metro back to Placa Cataluyna. After wandering about at 3:30 we stumble vaguely (being hungry!) into a Main Street tapas bar and chose from a sushi style menu, designer tapas. Okay food, great location, attendants with radio linked ordering systems, ...
In Spain, the everyday schedule and working hours is different. Here, people usually work from 9 to 1, then, they have a four hour siesta periods, where they go home and relax for a bit. In some cases, they will work again from 5 to 9. In some cases, they're done for the day.
Supper in Spain starts around 9 or 10 p.m. Drinks, if you go out ...