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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... stroll through the gardens.
That was all too much for me, so I rested for the rest of the afternoon. N finally got himself the haircut he has been hanging out for, at the barber downstairs, it looks good too! He then headed down to MACBA.
After he got back and rested from the climb up the stairs, we headed out for a walk through La Raval, and stopped at an Argentinian tapas bar. Empinadas the size of pasties. I feel ripped ...
... though. To accompany this each street also has a different band or DJ and all the bars offer drinks in plastic cups so that you can wander through and take it all in. The night was absolutely amazing and getting home at 3am meant it was going to be a slow start to the next day.
Hangover!! After such an awesome night you have to pay the consequences but it was totally worth it, feeling pretty average we didn't get going until about midday.
... up to where the big cruise ships dock and Colon Columbus (which we went to the top of for 360 degree views of BCN). The column is adorned with a statue of Christopher Columbus pointing vaguely out to the sea, and is at the bottom of the big La Rambla boulevard. BCN is a mix of big wide tree lined boulevards and barrios with narrow winding lanes, and La Rambla is THE main boulevard and a hive of activity. Down the centre is a pedestrianized area with gelato stores, flower ...
... the distance we culd see the ocean and the sail like building commissioned by the city, and designed by an American Architect, that we had passed on our way from the dock. In true Gaudi attention to detail style, the bench is functional and designed for comfort, with each curve a kaleidescope of mosaiced tiles. Apparently Gaudi hated straight lines and this is evident in all of the works we saw.
The piece de resistance was kept to last, the Basilica of the Sagrada ...
... his game) and a classical dancer, Daria, from the Manassas Ballet. After it was over, I stopped into the Screening Room and watched the last half of the movie, “When in Rome.” I’d seen it at the theater so it was easy to know what was going on—it stars Josh Duhamel. I was back to the room and ready for bed by 9:30 PM. I knew that all kinds of things were going on around the ship but I was tired and really I’m not a late night person!