Melia Barcelona Sky
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... a.k.a. occupations) over the centuries. From the old Roman city gates to the Cathedral and the Martyrs Statue to the Barcelona City Hall, we enjoyed viewing the eclectic flavor that the Roman, Neo-Gothic, French, and Catalan styles bring to the area.
The tour ended with a café con leche in the Placa del Rei, which served both as the site of Columbus' triumphant return from the new world and the forum for ...
... The park was established in the mid 19th Century and for decades was the only green area of the city, making it a very popular place of locals. The fountain took 6 years to construct from 1882 – 1888. We continued our journey on the map and walked a far distance around the outside of the park and connecting zoo heading towards Richards recommended lunch spot – ...
... Jaeger (San Francisco) and I love to mix and match odd colors and patterns.)
No adventures today, sorry
Since I need to work and this fat burning, toxin flushing plan I am on is exhausting in the stage where I am still full of both, I will not have any time for any photo op adventures today. But this weekend I have a few things on the list: Friday, a Flamenco Show; Saturday, a water show that I wonder if it compares to the Vegas ...
... for the Olympics held there in the 90's. Unfortunately, we were unable to stay and enjoy the beaches because of the topless grannies laying out everywhere. That and pale Katie cannot stay out in the sun for too long (sunscreen did not make it in the carry on bags). We spent most of our time in the shade and yet we still got sunburns! It makes no sense.
I ran into a bit of bad luck two days before the end of the trip. A man dropped his key in near Katie and me while we sat ...
... in some unusual buildings.
We started at the top end, with access gained by 6 escalators and 2 short steep slopes. With no map we didn’t realise that the Gaudi part of the park was at the opposite end! It cost us E8 each to go into that part of the park. This was a surprise as we thought it was a public park. A primary school is located next to this park and we talked to a friendly student (Paul) and his mates ...