Rosa Nautica Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Most of Thursday was spent traveling. My train pulled in to Barcelona about 2pm. I caught a taxi to the hotel and by the time I got there I was really quite tired. I dont know if its because the travel is wearing me out or because I can see the end of my journey, but I am getting tired these days. Or maybe its just spain, it is so nice to relax in the sun with a glass of vino blanco. The hotel gave me a map of Barcelona, it was one of those hop on/of bus maps. I took one look ...
... visited the museum shop which was huge and picked up a couple of mementos of our visit. We then passed a lovely jewellery store that caught my eye and I bought myself a beautiful pendant and earrings made by local Catalan jewellers. We then stopped for a coffee and snack. We both now drink cortados - which is like a macchiato with a bit of extra milk. Colin and Chris introduced this coffee to us, and we hope to start a ...
... and lots of sidewalk space for pedestrians, high-end shopping and sidewalk cafes. It is a very beautiful neighborhood on its own, but the addition of the Gaudi buildings makes it that much better and more of a tourist attraction that it would be generally. La Pedrera was designed as a luxury apartment building on what is not a very busy street in Barcelona. From a birds eye view, the building is shaped like an imperfect oval with courtyard area situated in ...
... the group slept in as we have been busy every day of our journey. Throughout the day, we have talked with friends, read books on the outside decks, walked around the boat and have enjoyed the scenery of the Mediterranean Sea. Everyone is getting excited to get to Rome! We arrived the port around 9:30 pm and boarded the bus to ...
... the old town and some of it survives.
Then we went on to Pals another small medieval village perched on top of a hill and very well preserved with people living in the old houses and an 11th century church.
We then went on to the Costa Brava to a little seaside town called Calella ...