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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... one of the beachside restaurants and had paella for the first time. It was delicious. Our waitress chatted with us for a while and gave us some tips for when we go into Barcelona. She said we will love the other parts of Spain we will be visiting and when we asked if she had ever hiked the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, she said yes and that it was one of the best experiences ...
... going out, but I figured it's my last chance to have a night out in Europe with my new Barcelona friends. We arrived outside the club and there were these two people on stilts dressed like zombies trying to scare people. I just stood there and didn't want to look intimidated....well that resulted in the person stroking my face with their long creepy nails. It was all very creepy. We go inside and the DJ was not ...
... the west side of Barcelona. We took lots of photos while we let the girls sleep in. Afterwards we grabbed the girls and headed to to Barcelona Aquarium. They have some pretty good size sharks there! Next up was the long promised afternoon of shopping. We started at El Corte Ingles, the huge Spanish department store. After several hours and about nine floors of shopping, we headed up the Passeig de Gracia for even more shopping. We were ...
... flan with whipped cream). We were happy and full, and incredibly sleepy (remember all the jumping and swimming in the water? yeah, it snuck up on us too!).
We strolled back to the hotel (we earmarked a store with a hat that I though might finally be, THE ONE for me.. more on that tomorrow), and passed out cold by eleven. Our alarm would be going off at seven thirty so that we could enjoy the beach as much as possible on Sunday, if the weather decided to ...
... and peaceful offering a nice relaxing place for locals and tourists alike. After a short time on the road we went to the Bull fighting arena, which is a constant source of aggravation for the Catalan's who do not agree with the Spanish tradition. Both sides are equally passionate about their view on bullfighting, but the Catalans are joined by Animal Welfare groups and the like. Unfortunately protests often turn violent and it seems the police are rather involved in the activities. ...