H Top Planamar Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... half of it. I could see Gaudi's dream (Sagrada Familia) towering above the other buildings, which only made me appreciate its enormity all over again. The man dreamt big! At the top of the steps there was a busker playing to the crowd, so I sat and enjoyed the atmosphere for a while. I did go into the museum which boasts almost a thousand years of Catalonian art. Lots of religious paintings, quite a lot of modern art, but nothing that really caught my eye. After ...
... by some dried apricots, pineapple nuts and lollies (sweets for my British friends), which provided a much needed sugar hit. We then headed back to the hotel for a small siesta before once heading out again to Park Guell. It is very impressive, especially the ceramic mosaics, but there were so many people there and it was quite humid again, so we only stayed for about an hour. Tonight for our final night ...
... two women (we assume European) that go topless on the beach which can be a bit awkward for the other 95% of beach-goers. But here on the Mediterranean, this seemed as much the norm as anything else. Chalk it up to just one more cultural difference that we've experienced this week in Spain. After a couple hours at the beach, we decided to head back to the apartment and clean up before heading out for the afternoon. We got cleaned up, did a little packing for our trip tomorrow ...
We are in beautiful Barcelona!! Both of our trips went smoothly and we met at the Barcelona airport early this afternoon (Jonny was kind enough to wait 3 hours for a bedraggled Maja to emerge). Rainy today, but mild. Off we went on our bus to try to find our apartment, definitely in a daze, not quite comprehending we were actually in Spain and away from the routine of daily life. We found our apartment after only some confusion and were welcomed by our gracious hosts W ...
... and whimsical. We also saw the house he built for himself and where he lived for 20 years. It was warm and humid and seemed like half of Barcelona were there so we left by 2.00. On the way home we stopped at the Casa Viva one of Gaudi's other famous buildings, didn't go in as the queue was long and the price high so admired it from the ...