Hostal Central Barcelona
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... my chest. I called, text and then Facebook messaged. No answer. All these questions started racing through my head: 'Where could he be?', 'How soon is too soon to call the police?', 'How do I tell Dane's mum that I lost him?'. And then, the dorm room door opened and Dane was standing there! Thank goodness! 'Where have you been?!', I asked him. He'd been watching the sunrise on the beach with this lovely lady from South America who had bought him a coffee and a croissant. Prior to that ...
... with specific instructions left for its construction. Each fašade has 4 parapets or bell towers– 12 in all representing the 12 apostles. Each carries the name and sculpture of the apostle it represents. There are also 4 pinnacles 25 m high. In the centre, the tower which will be the tallest is yet to be built. It will represent Jesus and be taller than anything else in Barcelona. Each bell tower has a different tone and they rung as we were leaving, seeing us on ...
... walked all the way back to the hotel. By the way when I say "we" I mean Rachel, Michelle and I. Elliot decided to sleep in! You snooze you lose! Our van picked us up at 3pm for a quick ride to the ship. We got all settled in and had dinner at Sabitini's on board. We are all going to miss Barcelona and the friendly people. Tomorrow is our first stop on the cruise, "Toulon, ...
... people and I was ever conscious that there could be pickpockets operating, although there was a heavy Police presence.
I finally found the hotel and it was sure a relief to finally get here. It’s been a long travel day! The room was VERY nice, with comfortable and modern furnishings and good A/C. I had a short rest and then got organized for my usual familiarization "walkabout". By this time it was about 19:00 and I was getting hungry since I ...
This weekend we went to Barcelona. The city, while in Spain, is not Spanish. It's in Catalunya, an area that was stuck in a tug-of-war between Christians and Muslims (Moors) for centuries and dates back to prehistoric times. The language, Catalan, is so far back in the language tree that it's closer to French than Spanish. Clare managed to carry the team on her back regardless. This was really her choice, her city. She'll probably post a better ...