Hotel Classic Valles
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... my room mate Holly? Yeah she also was deceived by the 'yes we speak English' box ticked on the form but her family is nice too. She had lobster and champagne for dinner! - fancy. Ate dinner at 9.30pm as apparently is 'uncommon' to have it any earlier than 9' - and last but not least this much Carbs can not be good! Every meal involves bread! Finding the local gym is next on my list! And that is for today 'camas y caballeros' - don't be lazy use Google translate. Adios ...
... from tomorrow to check out the layout in advance. That evening we went to Placa Rieal for dinner at El Quincze Nits, a Catalonian restaurant recommended by the hotel. We opted for a liter of sangria and a couple of starters plus dessert. We walked back via Las Ramblas, the main thoroughfare well known for pick pocketers and bag snatchers. We survived, intact- ...
... way home after a day of working (he was almost deaf, so didn’t hear the tram coming, and didn’t check to see if anything was coming). He was taken to hospital, where everyone who saw him thought he was a simple beggar, since he was wearing simple clothes, and had no identification on him.
One of the amazing things about this church is that it’s a UNESCO ...
... Ramblas from Placa de Catalunya to the statue of Christopher Columbus on the waterfront. The subway ride took 10 minutes and before I knew it I was in a large open square surrounded by big statues and fountains and full of us tourists with cameras.
This was the start of the kilometre plus length of streets called Las Ramblas which took you past a number of interesting shopping and eating areas and was the place to catch a slice of Barcelona life for tourists and ...
... with bottle end discs of coloured glass. Above our heads the atrium glass was a spread of meadow flowers and plants. Next door to the Case Baixa (at 21 euro it was clearly off limits) another gothic courtyard revealed an entire door of coloured discs and magnificantly crafted dragons, twisting and spiting around their lanterns. This time the glass ceiling was a delicate pattern of rose pink and spring yellows. We navigated down Las Ramblas, through some of the ...