Hotel Sant Jordi
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... remember the name of the
town we were in and crashed out early. On the way to this town we did stop in
at Zaragoza which was actually really nice. We decided to get to bed early so
we could leave at 5 so we could run in the bull run the next morning. The
anticipation made it hard for us to sleep…the boys were keen to get into it the
We got up early and headed to Pamplona. After finding a ...
... were pleasantly surprised with what we saw, it is a very old world hotel with a lot of charm and the position is one block from the square and less than 100 Mtrs. from La Rambla. Bonus! We strolled around, but as it was very hot, a little over 30 degrees and we were all weary so returned to the ship around 4:00 ish. The ship put on a special Spanish dinner tonight around the pool, then we had to pack as our 2nd cruise has come to an end. Less than 2 weeks holiday ...
... symbolism of the church, but apparently that's not the kind of blog I'm writing.
The next morning both of our mindsets had changed from homesick to living every moment to the fullest. We came up with a new rule: No Cellphone Sundays. We got all dolled up, locked up our electronic devices, and went to Park Guell (also designed by Gaudi) and had such a time. We took photos and spent all day appreciating what was ...
... than I did before! After our tour of the colossal stadium, we met up with Louis and Laurence (the rest of our group) for a Flamenco show that we got a great deal on and came with 10 Tapas (Appetizers) and unlimited Sangria (Grampa, I know you like the sound of that!). After dinner we went out to a few bars and clubs with some friends we made at dinner! Barcelona really is a beautiful city at night! (Minus the abundance of ...
... fortunate for that.
The Shadow of the Wind takes place entirely in Barcelona after World War II and contains a story within a story. Much of my initial liking to the book was based on the plot itself but I soon realized that such a plot could not exist in another setting, that Barcelona and this book were inexplicably intertwined. Daniel, the primary protagonist, navigates his way through Barcelona's nooks ...