La Mola Hotel and Conference Centre
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... run by Asians, as are most things here which doesnt surprise me, and had our spanish style pizza and again, steak with french fries eggs and salad. ¡Buen provecho! I'm not able to upload any pictures from today, Im sorry. I crudely let you read this whole blog with false hopes :( I only have pictures from last night from my phone. I promise, ill go tomorrow to an internet cafe and upload all the ones from the camera! Love you guys <3 I wish I was able to leave you with ...
... places, including Timberland, to get him some shoes but they can't get his size right. Finally we find a shoe store that has a nice black shoe with red sole and red laces. I love it. He finds a pair that fits and walks out of the shoe store with the shoes on his feet. wow. I have never been able to do that. I have to break in my shoes. By the time we were back at the hotel, his feet hurt too though.
So a lot of walking around and a stop at a ...
It was my last day in Barcelona and it was a hot one. The next day, I was off to London to finally see Olympic fever for myself and there was a lot I needed to get done before I left. However, a combination of heat (the humid, sweaty kind) and my natural propensity for laziness meant that I did absolutely nothing.
Therefore, on the morning of my departure I had an awful lot to do– some shopping for my brother, as he would be staying in my flat ...
... so to speak (Dan had our new fav pinot noir and I tried a Spanish rose). It was a good time to celebrate our last Blu dinner cuz they had lobster tail on the menu! I of course didn't go for that but opted for the grilled chicken in philo pastry with sun dried tomatoes and artichoke hearts. Dan also had Caesar salad and soft crab appetizer. I forget my app but the lentil corn soup was good. And for dessert I hit jackpot--they called it "the cigar" which ...
... with sidewalk cafes and artists of various sorts. We lost ourselves a bit at Le Mercado - a fresh fruit/meat/candy/bread market about 1/3 of the way from the water. From pintxo on a stick - where you can have a taste of Catalan in 6 bites to cheap 1 euro fresh fruit juices, this is a place to check out. The fruit is extra cheap as well, but the dried fruit and candy could total a bundle. Most of the shops are souvenir ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center