San Sebastian Playa Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning I've woken with a really sore throat. This cold has eventuated unfortunately. It's probably the best time to get a cold on this holiday as the next few days are going to be spent in the sun on the beach. It's now 8.39 am. At 6.31 am this morning we got a text from the airport saying our luggage should be delivered sometime between 8 am and 4 pm today. Fingers crossed. I'm concerned I will now have to pay for excess baggage as I've had to buy things twice ...
... must very generous when I make a seafood paella, since this wasn't overflowing with seafood. Grabbed a delicious gelato on the way home and sat and people watched whilst we devoured it.
We saw about 1/2 dozen dark coloured boys come along and plonk their rugs onto the path unveiling wares from copy designer handbags, sunglasses and the like. A passerby took a photo which caused one of the fellows to get a little verbal and ...
... Rem and Sam. We all decided to head to the the dance floor and have some fun, and to also stop me from stressing about my phone. We danced until about 6am when they closed the bar and we all got kicked out. We didn't get home until 7am or around then. I stayed in the lobby to talk to mum and try and sort out the phone issue. I ended up going to Bri and Caitie's room and had a shower there. The tour was leaving the hotel at 9.30am to do a walking tour around Barcelona. I ...
... the Casa Batlló .It is a renowned building located in the heart of Barcelona and is one of Antoni Gaudí’s masterpieces. Casa Batlló is a remodel of a previously built house. It was redesigned in 1904 by Gaudí and has been refurbished several times after that. Casa Batlló evokes the creativity and playfulness of Gaudí’s work through the incracite facades and creative floors. Gaudí's assistants Domènec ...
... and maybe this was coincidence, but in each one of them the main altar was quite restrained in ornamentation, simple and almost modernistic. I am not a big fan of modern architecture inside old churches, it tends to jar and grate. But in Bareclona they seem to have cracked it. All of them wonderfully peaceful places away from the bluster and blether outside.
Yesterday was quiet. Weather turned a bit dull. I became conscious that i havent been drinking ...