Hotel Roger De Lluria Barcelona
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So daddy had his lie in this morning and when he arose we had lunch and went off looking for a new park. There were 2 options, one near the university's or one a bit further up the hill. As we hadn't really explored this area we decided to go up the hill. Parc de l'Oreneta is just under a mile away and a bit of a slow incline up to it. But on the way there we went past some huge colonial Spanish villas which is strange to see in Barcelona as everyone seems to live ...
It sure was nice to have a bit of a break to relax and do some sightseeing! The first part of my holidays was spent in Barcelona and Tarragona. My brother and I were awed by much of Gaudi's architecture, including the cathedral, La Sagrada Familia, and La Casa Batlló. La Casa Batlló was truly spectacular - so much color, detail, ...
... tonight. The plan seemed fool proof now that Toby was finally off the ship! The shopping is magnificent. Toby and I do not have the same taste in women's clothing which causes friction but when we finally agree I get to buy lots! After an exhausting first 2 hours we found Starbucks with free WiFi. We stopped for coffee, checked our fb and did some banking. Randomly I thought I would check my email and saw British Airlines had sent me our ...
Yesterday we went to the Metro Station to purchase a day ticket and didn't have exact change. Machines take credit cards but require "chip" cards which are not yet available in the United States. A young Frenchman offered to buy our tickets with his credit card and make change so we could pay him. Jaques explained why all the shops in the station were closed; it was a national holiday! He was going to the same train we were so he showed us to the Museum of Fine ...
... and went to the harbour. We walked past the Marine Museum and took a photo of a wooden submarine, it looked like something out of Wallace and Gromitt. Not sure if it was real or just a prop for the museum, should have gone and read the plaque really. When we got to the marina there were a bunch of round the world yachts getting prepped for the start of a race in a couple days. We were getting hungry so went to the restaurants along the harbour, they all looked very nice but ...