Melia Barcelona Sky
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... to have our cases outside of our doors by 1am, 4 August 2014, in order for them to be off-loaded from the ship for disembarkation early in the morning. We arose early in order to disembark before 9am on Monday.
After our last sleep on the ship, disembarked and were then be taken to the Petit Palace Hotel in the city where we stayed that night prior to leaving Spain for the United Kingdom. As we could not get into our hotel until 3pm, we checked ...
... market was filled with fresh fruit and veg as well as fresh fish and other meats. James got a fresh juice and I got a cup of fruit salad, both delicious! After exploring a bit more of the city we found a restaurant for dinner. We had a sangria, salad and a seafood paella! Wow it was delicious! Definitely the most amazing food we have had out in so long! Both so exhausted we fell a sleep before 9pm! Walking into town and around and back is a lot back to ...
... my iTunes as I cruised at 80mph.
As I arrived at the outer districts of Bcn the 1st thing that struck me was the amount of scooters, they're everywhere, nipping in and out of gaps, cutting everyone up, pests with high pitched buzzing. They reminded me of flies. As I got further into the city I realised that this was indeed a very common form of transport for the people of Bcn, young old, women and ...
... around to the front of the Cathedral and gave us a few pointers and told us to be back at 11:10. We went into the Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar, where according to legends, the Virgin Mary appeared to St. James. Raymond told us that if you kissed the pillar behind the altar it was supposed to bring good luck. He also told us of another 'miracle' in the church. During the Spanish Civil War two bombs were dropped on the church but neither of ...
Instead I found myself stopping every few hundred metres only to look back and see Isak looking up at the architecture or around into the many different restaurants and simply admiring the people that were passing him by. When I asked him what exactly he was doing, he stared at me as if I was the one who was confusing him because I wasn’t stopping and ‘appreciating the city’. As he then started chatting about his ...