Hotel Sidorme Barcelona Mollet
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 4,000 people and 2,000 workers, and it weights over 150,000 tons! We had a pretty sweet room with a balcony and clear view to the sea. We were also within ten feet of the ship’s on-board spa. We had purchased the Ultimate Romance package, so we received a dozen roses, a bottle of champagne, and chocolate covered roses. The roses ended up living for our entire trip. :)
We had lunch while we waited for our room to ...
... we pop our heads up to see if the fountains would be on. Boy, am I glad we did because not only were they ALL on, but five minutes after we arrived, a fantastic light show started with the large main fountain changing colors from red to blue to aqua to pink to yellow to green etc, and shooting jets of all intensities, some straight up in the air at least fifty feet. It was absolutely gorgeous and a fantastic way for our wonderful trip to Barcelona to come to and end! ...
... and warm. We went out for a traditional dinner. Marky ordered paella and I had authentic artichoke pizza. It was yummy. We have discovered we love Spanish gin. We had a few drinks and got chatting with a Swedish couple. They recommended we try the Olympic Harbour for a swim tomorrow so we're going to see if we can find it and have a relaxing day at the beach. It's been a great day ...
... to have a guided tour, or just a look around by themselves of the Familia. Even though the church has not been finished, receptions are still held here every Sunday morning, when the builders take a break.
There are some other Gaudi buildings that I saw which I will be described in entries coming up in the few days. By the way, some people thought I died in Dubai. I did not. Just ...
... At 2.30 we all met up and walked down to the offices of our afternoon tour to visit Montserrat. It was about a 50min drive up the mountains and the guide Julio was great, with his Spanish accent, he imparted an amazing amount of information about Barcelona, Catalonia and the surrounding areas. Once we reached our bus drop off point we took a cog-wheel train ride up the mountain to the Royal Basilica. From here the views were ...