H Top Planamar Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Well today, Monday, was just spent doing the sights and walking, oh so much walking! Unfortunately the weather was pretty bad so we did not to get to see a lot of the things we wanted to but we got on the red tourist bus, listened to the audio and still go to at least see everything from a distance. 'La familia' and the Gaudi buildings were breath taking. It was quite funny because the whole time I have been bugging Jordan ...
... beach but the weather was really overcast and we only brought 10e each and our deck chairs cost 6. We didn't bring a towel so we couldn't go swimming. Went to the local caterina market and had a nice lunch there. Bought chicken and veggies and cooked a stir fry at home for ...
... buildings and sculptures during our cruise tours, it was strange to see relatively recent artwork!! We wandered back to Casa Batlo again so that Peter could take some photos (his camera battery died yesterday). Shops in Spain are closed on Sundays. This didn't seem to stop lots of people going out to wander or a have a quiet meal. We wandered back to Mare Magnum which was alive with locals, tourists and hawkers! There's something great about extended daylight hours in the ...
A day at sea, a small chance to rest up after the busy days in port since Piraeus. We have long since become used to the crews standard answer to enquiries about their well being of "I am excellent". Well today we heard something quite excellent instead. Chatting to one of the lido supervisors we had the very novel answer "I am as fine as a frogs hair". Oh yes we like that a lot. So today we are ...
... at least to stay alert). I’m afraid it did not live up to this exciting description, at least at this time of the day (around 1:30 PM). It was very calm and not the least threatening—ha! I wandered down La Rambla and then over into La Boqueria Market. It’s a huge "open-air" but indoor market. It’s packed with stalls of meats (whole pigs), cheeses, chocolate, every kind of fruit and vegetable, every kind of fish you can imagine, mushrooms, and ...