Mercure Augusta Barcelona Valles
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... all where to go next time as the dog would lead me back in the right direction. I was home slightly early, and rang the wrong doorbell, whoops. The lady answered "Si?" I didn't know how to respond as my Spanish is still extremely rusty, which is an understatement. I eventually rang the right doorbell and got let in. I sat in the kitchen and talked to the ladies doing English for a while, they were pretty funny. As Agnes was taking a photo ...
... scramble eggs, again with the sides of some bread, crackers, and this time a croissant. I ate this quickly, I was super hungry. The man next to me did not eat, and as the air hostess picked up my tray, I spilt good and dropped my fork on him, whoops, lol I apologised anyway. This man next to me was sleeping when I needed to go to the bathroom to brush my teeth, he was quite interesting. We then arrived at Dubai, where I thought it was perfect, it was dusk. ...
... hoping for a back rub tonight.
We then made our way to the bus and started off to Barcelona receiving a commentary about the history of the area on the way from Billy. We made one refreshment stop en-route and arrived in Barcelona about 4pm.
The countryside was very typical for that part of France and Spain. There were many old fortresses on the tops of hills and the agricultural crops were plentiful. Power generating ...
After breakfast Andrew went to find a Police Station to report his stolen phone (no success) then bought a new phone. (that hurt!!). Di and Nick went shopping and Bruce and I went to the Market which was wonderful. I just love markets!! We then explored the old city of Barcelona - so much charm. At 3pm caught train out to the airport for flight to Granada. Flight took a bit over an hour and as ...
... street for a few blocks and steered right in to the local food market, La Boqueria. The market is closed on Sundays so make sure to plan accordingly. I love love love European markets. My favorite is in Madrid, but this one is definitely worth a visit while in Barcelona. From here we crossed back through Plaza Catalunya along Paseo de Gracia and made our way to a highly recommended tapas restaurant, Cerveceria Catalunya, popular with locals and tourists alike. ...