Melia Barcelona Sky
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... groups of people were allowed in, in timed increments over the next hour, the crowds grew, and I'm sure by afternoon it would be wall-to-wall people. By coming early, however, I know we were afforded special opportunity to enjoy it with less bustle. I used every minute of that hour to explore, before we reassembled and took an elevator to the highest (currently highest; the largest towers have yet to be built) part of the tower complex, ...
... throughout the day. I guess they are allowed to have some fun too! We also wandered to the Eiffel Tower, bought some cheese and chips and once again just chilled out on the lawn looking up at the beautiful sight. We waited here for our tour group as we were having a picnic for dinner tonight. We found most of our tour group and had some beers and some laughs. Our tour guide was stuck in traffic so we had to wait a while but once they arrived we had an amazing picnic spread filled ...
... make our way up the mountain over the valley covered by trees and assorted plant-life and after 10 minutes, arrive at the top.
Once at the top, I head to the tourist information desk and pick up a map of the area as well as a hiking trail guide figuring there should be some nice trails around the area. The woman behind the desk indicates that the monastery boy's choir will be performing at 1:00, so I note that down (currently a ...
... on the menu. But there was no wood firing, just a piddly little oven that heated prepacked frozen pizzas that looked nothing like the menu. I would've been disappointed, but maybe 'authentic wood fired pizza' translated into 'frozen **** reheated' in Spain. Who knows, I don't know Spanish. Later, we all went back up to the rooftop bar for a final couple of drinks. While Dad called it a night after one, Daniel and I stayed for one last pint. Or so we ...
... masculine shouting challenge etc. The clapping and foot stamping was complex and rapidly changing and the dancing was anything from tense and angst-ridden, seductive and sassy or just wildly frenetic! The male dancers were like bulls and stallions, prancing and strutting, answering the challenges of the singers and and out-doing each other. It was a great night. We were exhausted just watching! Wednesday 11 June: this morning we walked to Palau de la Musica ...