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- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
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... up. There were three platforms along the way that had beautiful fountains. Looking at it from Plaça d'Espanya it looked quite impressive. From the square I walked between these two enormous columns called the venetian towers. They were impressive but I have no idea what purpose they serve. Then I walked down a short boulevard past the convention centre. There was a manga convention on and lots of people in costume. I must be getting old because I didn't recognise ...
... can be something else ........ I think we were in there for about an hour. There were only 2 people serving (and one of them stopped serving just when we got to the front of the queue!!!). We had been warned about the Spanish postal service. Finally, after some pointing and hand waving with some bad Spanish from us and some broken English from the guy serving us (who was very friendly and helpful) we had our stuff ...
After sleeping in a little this morning, we decided to make our way down to the beach to lounge around and get some sun. The beach is only about a 10 minute walk from our apartment, so it was easy to get there and seems pretty convenient for lots of people in Barcelona. Although we've really enjoyed all of our sightseeing in Spain, going to the beach was a nice change of pace. After renting a couple beach towels, we found a plot of sand close by and settled in. After 30 minutes ...
... effect that most other cathedrals have was absent here. Still heavily focused on JC though ;) We made our way after SF up into the steep hilly part of Barcelona. Forgoing buses, the metro or outdoor escalators, we wandered, and often got lost, towards Park Guell, another Gaudi site. This was originally supposed to be a residential neighbourhood for wealthy barcelonians, but it was so inconvenient to get to that no one bought land. The remaining site ...
We had a leisurely start to the day as it was Saturday and then went on the underground to Guell Park, which is a large park high up north of Barcelona, designed by Gaudi. It is a world heritage site. We had to walk up a hill then take 6 large external escalators up an almost vertical street to get there. We got some nice views of the ...