Hotel Les Torres
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Well the Spain/Portugal/Morocco road trip didn't quite go as roughly planned so thought it would be interesting to document what we think our France leg will entail. We've got about 10 days in France before returning the hire car to Madrid and thought we'd go up to Avignon or Marseille via the Mediterranean coastline before heading up to Lyon and the Burgundy wine region (can't wait!!). Then we will head across to Bordeaux (just in case we drink all of the wine in Burgundy) and back ...
... For 27€ instead of the normal €100 the website promised a King sized bed, restaurant on site, buffet breakfast, pool and Hammam complete with Finnish sauna, hydropool and three different showers; essential oil, fog and a Scottish Shower. Wasn't quite sure what a Scottish shower was but for €27 this Macdonald was willing to be pampered for the sake of family research! Set in the Cava (Spanish champagne) region of Spain we were obliged ...
... we'd have that kind of wait! Ugh!! We were disappointed. So.......what else to do but hop on the next bus to make the best of our next stop and enjoy the quirky Parc Guell!? Of course there was another line but we knew the drill......beat the line up with a shuttle on the lower deck and Hop off! A 10 minute walk up a hill got us in another line only to discover that again people were buying tickets for the Parc but this time it was going to ...
11 February 2014
Travel to Barcelona arriving at 8pm. Take metro to the hotel at Las Ramblas, the main street. Check in and wonder down to El Barri Gotic in search of a cosy tapas bar for a light meal, couple of drinks and then head back to hotel for an early night.
12 February 2014
Bus tour of the city. Hop on hop off. Up early to make the most of the day. We will get on and off the bus as we choose ...
... should also be said that I had a really hard time not blatantly staring at the amount of beautiful Spanish (perhaps some foreign as well, but mainly Spanish) women that walked by. Absolutely stunning in my opinion. Anyways, you can count on us having visited most of the must-see tourist attractions, including the Sagrada Familia, if only on the outside. A nice day overall enjoying the ...