Mercure Alberta Barcelona
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... sports bar next door to see if they'll be screening the All Black test on Saturday 5pm Barcelona time. They said if it's on Sky Sport or ESPN they will. An English patron said there's a bigger Irish bar nearby as well that almost certainly will. It was 9pm and we decide to have tea immediately outside our hotel on La Rambla. The restaurants have an indoor and outdoor section. We went outdoors. We also had the benefit of our hotel wifi. We wanted tapas and opted for ...
Had a fun night last night: Tour of Barcelona to see Olympic stadium and flame ( lit by arrow), university area, view of the Port of Barcelona and city from Mt Montjuic where we saw international cruise liners and industrial areas. Drove down to the Port to a restaurant for dinner at the beach: tapas, main and dessert. Off to the famous fountains but after waiting about ...
... stroll to the beach after deciding we didn't want to pay entry to the Catalonia muesum. The Barcelona card is a rip off it doesn't include entry to anything worth seeing within a couple of days. So after a cone of chips with Catalan sausage topping we walked along the beach. Apparently the sand in Barcelona is imported every year from Egypt so that means I've had Egyptian sand between my toes. We rested on the grass with an icy pole. ...
... for peaceful protest and on the downside some of the restaurants will also be shut.
We walk the length of the Ramblas watching as Barcelona slowly comes alive, and the streets fill with people enjoying the warm spring sunshine and the holiday. By the time we get to the square there is a buzz in the streets and there are people creating the most enormous bubbles using washing up liquid, two sticks and a bit of string, quite amazing. We sit on a bench ...
... is 2028. When it is finally completed it will have 18 spires and a 560 foot tall tower. But enough about that, there is enough to look at and admire here and now. The church's facades tell the story of Christ's life and are named Passion, Nativity and Glory. The interior of the church is a jaw dropping sight, there is much symbolism in each and every aspect of the design. Construction is not supported by any government or church sources but comes from private ...