AinB B&B Eixample-Muntaner
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Barcelona. This building was not allowed to be taller than the shortest Catholic church in the city, and so the clever Jews build their synagogue under the ground so noone would every realise its size. At this stage we stopped for a drink and a toilet break before continuing down through the old town, follwing the path of George Orwell when he was shot during a war in Barcelona. We visited Santa Maria del Mar, a typical Catalan style church. In the little piazza at the front of ...
... alarm went off at 6am today, sadly, we departed Firenze and travelled by train to Milan Central then another train to the airport then a plane to Barcelona. The view from the train as we departed Firenze was thick fog which cleared as we reached the lovely green countryside, smoothly racing towards Milan at 300km/h. The sunflowers have dropped their heads, seeds naturally drying and the corn has been harvested leaving only the brown ...
I have been working up the courage to purchase and cook
fresh fish from the neighborhood farmer’s market (Mercat El Carmel). One thing
which happens often is my inability to communicate the exact amount I need; for
example, when I asked for “uno” when pointing to salmon, to the fishmonger it
meant I wanted one nice thick steak filleted into two servings. So yesterday I
saw some trout, and though she ...
... and Mike, Andrew and I went to Parc GŁell where Gaudi lived. Between this park and the Sagrada Familia I liked Gaudi's work a lot more than I thought I would. It looks weird and, well, weird at first glance but learning about all the influence he took from the natural world made it very impressive. He views from the park showed all of Barcelona and has Gaudi's house and a couple buildings he designed. After the park we got a lunch of tapas and hot chocolate and ...
... to know what he was talking about and I was interested in listening to what he had to say. So I, foolishly, joined the conversation. The Russian man, it turned out was, amongst other things, crazy, 35, overbearing, gay, and very fond of me... During the course of the evening he proposed to me no less than 7 times. Much to the amusement of everyone else in the group. In between proposals he revealed piece by piece the story of why he was in Barcelona... He ...