- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a tapas or two. The Vueling fleet look to be all Airbus 320 planes. That looked good to me as I have at least heard of the Airbus name and maybe even the 320 model. The configuration though is a work of a sadist. I have not been on a plane in a while where my knees really do not fit nor does the pocket in front of me even open wide enough for an iPad. Seeing that water and soda was available for a charge made me know that this is what No ...
... know what's going on. If I just looked like I belonged maybe I could hang out in their eating area where I could charge my iPad, write my blog, and buy their 6 Euro pizza. The ruse was almost blown when one of the staff got suspicious and asked "Are you a guest here? What room?" to which I said "Actually I have already checked out, but my ferry isn't until 11pm so I was just going to have dinner here". Technically true, though I did check out some months ago. This explanation ...
This morning we said good bye to Marcelo and La Casa. We found a nice little square (there's one around every corner) and had lunch then picked up some bread, Iberian ham ('jamon iberico), cheese, tomatoes and wine for our dinner on the train. Now we are at the train station waiting...and very excited about getting to Paris. Very...very ...
... design and the front and back are completely different! Gaudi died when it was only 30% finished in 1926 and now it is only about 65% finished. They want to finish it for the 100 year anniversary of his death but with only 12 years to go it is looking doubtful! Because of this there is lots of scaffolding on it so it's not so impressive but I think it will look really cool when it is finished! Our next stop was Guell Park where there are ...
... to the city of Barcelona. Gaudi lived in this park for 20 years.
The park was declared a UNESCO world site in 1984.
It was free to visit this park.We left at 2 pm when all the Saturday Barcelona crowds arrived.
On the way home we stopped at the casa Viva which is another well know Gaudi building.
As the queues were long and the price was high we just admired it from the outside.