Hotel El Tiburon
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- Multilingual staff
- Smoking rooms available
- Pets allowed
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... and sketches are testament to his vision. Since the laying of the 1882 the building has been under construction and it is so hard to appreciate the true magnitude of what the imagined finished building will be when you consider there is so much more to be done. If you are in Barcelona, this is the one place to go before anything else (make sure you book online). With that as our highlight of the trip (sorry Morocco, close, but no cigar) we made our way back through the streets of ...
... from Turkey joined us for a few minutes. Her English was good and we enjoyed talking to her. She has been to the U.S. numerous times! We also saw a street performance by a group of black guys doing music and tumbling and then a tranvestite danced with them!! Interesting! Walked back to the hotel, packed and went to sleep! Tomorrow we are heading to Nice! BTW, sent Happy Mother's Day messages to Jen and Robin!! I will be spending mine on a ...
... at the biggest Yamaha dealer in town. They can help us next Friday, perhaps. But they send us to another agent and they manage to squeeze us in. Means we have to overnight in Barcelona, no hardship but expensive, and we get to have a look around. Squirmy guts allowing. Also found a Laundrette with large washing machines (18kg). We take the opportunity to do our normal wash and, because even we don't want to stand next to us ...
... interesting. We finally departed not fully appreciating the works of this master artist.
We found a little café overlook, purchased water and got our bearings. Now that we knew where we were, we meandered down the hill following the walkways along the road. We could see all of Barcelona again. We finally found stairs leading down the hill which seemed the best way. Our second stop was the Picaso museum which is located in the heart of the ...
... was now working with his brother.
On the way back to Video Girl, Battery Boy stumbled upon a La Taberna and purchased a bottle of Rose Cava and a bottle of Vino Tinto. On his return he noticed Video Girl had summoned her manservant, Javier Simmora, who had been in her employ since San Sebastian. Today Javier had disguised himself as an ambulance driver complete with ambulance, an idea he picked up in Girona which allowed Video Girl and Battery Boy ...