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- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... little local bar and talked to a sweet couple.The woman spoke very good English and told us that her partner was fascinated by Australia, watched Bondi Vet and was a skilled pastry chef. He proceeded to show photos of his handiwork, including a pic of a very large round crusty loaf that would go down well in Australia. Hope he migrates!
Sad to leave the nice appartment but managed an efficient getaway ...
Obviously I'm still jet lagged as I write this at4.30 am, we just haven't stopped as we want to see as much as possible before we cruise on out of here later today!
As soon as I told Christina we were coming she was so excited and helped us organise the trip. Christina is from Myorka Spain but has grown up in Guernsey and still lives in Guernsey. She Flew here to join us. She is my age, single ...
... wanted to take us to a seafood restaurant they'd found previously, but couldn't re-find (I'm sure that's a word) it in the eaten of streets off La Rambla. We settled on a pintxo bar and had a great meal and a great time. But they had a three hour drive ahead of them so had to get going. We walked back to their car and then had to say goodbye. It was very sad as it had been great seeing them, and a ...
Not much time to say a lot today, we'll fill in more later...
Look at the pictures and they'll talk some.
Ok it's later. The Gaudi day began with a nice coffee along La Ramblas de Gracia, then a walk toward the Casa Battlo where we met with Dimi and Mick, discussed that the entry fee and the massive line up possibly was not worth it, and began to walk towards La Pedrera. We didn't recognise ...
... at the end of the trip! So we made an appointment for tomorrow. And by that time we thought we should head to a metro station and head to the Sagrada Familia as it's not located in the direct city centre. Once we arrived and left the train station...we saw the monstrosity of a building haha!! The modern side of the church is pretty ugly and we weren't big fans at all...however when we walked round to the older side (the one Gaudi ...