Pullman Barcelona Skipper
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We found our accommodation very comfortable, with great separating doors between the spacious bathroom & bedroom, blocking any light or sound, & a generous bath with separate shower. The staff were very helpful & professional. The breakfast selection was plentiful.
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... as does a large redwood tree, with a twisting trunks, knots half way up and branches spreading out to hold up the ceiling. Gaudi was a big believer in God and Christ and I also became a believer gawking the sanctuary he built for his fellow man to worship God. Again, light serves a crucial importance in Gaudi's work and it again shines through here in both the incredible colored stain glass and upward windows. It took my breath away. The museum below does an excellent ...
... on the beach. Good vibes -tapas, tapas, tapas, paella, sangria, cervesas, tapas Kyle and I are already thinking about our return trip. It's that exceptional. In other news, I'm in denial that it is September 2nd and I'm about to board my last flight (back to London) before flying home. Where did the summer go?!? Clearly not to waste, I just wish it didn't have to end. Maybe I'm meant to be free as a bird flying place to place without a home. Maybe I just need more sleep.... Adioth ...
... as we moved through some great views of grape vines, sunflowers and neat, old ruins as we drove down the roads. Around 2:00, we rolled in to the hotel. Rooms were passed out and then about 30 minutes of unpacking/organizing before we got back on the bus and headed for the center of the old and new city. Where did we get dropped off? The Hard Rock Cafe! I'd say that would be a meeting of old and new! Gema walked ...
... bike tour (4 hrs and guided) but I have decided to stay an extra day and I will do that on Sunday. I will do a few sights on foot and have an easy day as we are heading out tonight for our group farewell dinner. At a lovely little cafe across from the hotel I enjoyed a breakfast of muesli and natural yogurt and fresh tomato on bread and covered with sheep pecorino; that was the best breakfast since landing in Spain and the coffee was good. More to come and much to tell.
... and look for signs to make sure I am going where I need to go. There are no signs but I see a ton of people waiting on one side and several of them have suitcases. That was all the confirmation I needed, so when the train came, I hopped on. It wasn't until a good 20 minutes into the ride that the ticket taker came around and when I gave her my ticket she asked "are you going to the airport?" Why yes I am! She then proceeds to tell me I am ...