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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... paid and then Dad had to pay him back. Anyway, Ferran showed us the apartment and then local neighbourhood including a Tapas Bar where we had dinner. All you had to do was select what you wanted and then at the end they counted the number of sticks from the dishes you had eaten and that's what you paid. By this time everyone was exhausted so we all went to bed early. ...
Well after some much needed rest we got up early for our next training session. We started off with a video session. They had a very nice collection of "How to" video's, all of which are taking at water level so you could see what is happening above and below the water.
Once we finished our videos it was time to get in ...
... all day. Stop at amazing tapas restaurant and ate too much. Rode down to the beach front and drank mojitos, talking to some locals teaching us some spanish. Day 4- Woke up and all together walked to the cable cars which took us to an incredible view overlooking Barcelona. We all had paella and drank vino for hours. Day 5- Went out for dinner together and went and saw the Magic fountain light ...
... from 1900 ish includes a range from Dali and Picasso to Casas - I liked his El Tandem. We had audio guides and that was really good. Nic made it through 4 hours there and Linda only had to entertain him with photos and poses with sculptures near the end. A wonderful experience! Tonight is Linda's last night and we had paella and ...
... as I couldn’t locate any street names, so wasn’t really sure which direction to go. Fortunately there were a couple of Police officers in the vicinity and they were able to point me in the right direction. I got part way down the Ramblas but was still having trouble finding street name, so again asked the Police. When I pointed out that the street was “El Duc” they gave me more precise directions. The Ramblas was absolutely ...