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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
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Antonio Gaudi was a great genius whose legacy for the people of Barcelona will be appreciated for centuries to come. The famous Sagrada Familia Cathedral is still being constructed with giant crane dominating the skyline. Gaudi is buried in the crypt after his untimely death in 1924 when he ...
... before heading out for the night.
Julia had some friends from America that were studying abroad in Barcelona for a semester, so we met up with them. After enjoying the 'best kebab ever' we went to their apartment and had a few pre drinks. Went to Pipermints bar and had 2L Sangria, but the night was cut short becasue Hattie vomited all over Madi and all through the taxi. Madi went home to change and then we went to a club ...
... there, but it works. For the afternoon I read beside both of San Sebastian's beaches. When I returned to the flat 2 Aussie boys who's be sharing my room had arrived and we grabbed a couple of drinks and food from the supermarket and had some dinner before going with our flat host Muero and his friend Rita to the flat of the owner of our flat, another Airbnb flat full of more travellers and where a lot of sangria was made and then we all headed to the beach to watch the sunset ...
... the park in pictures and souvenirs. The dragon had water coming out of his mouth so Amanda and I took a picture standing on both sides of the dragon. The top fountain had three curved brownish/red arms that came to meet in the middle. Apparently Galdi loved mushrooms and the tops of several different elements in his work were replicating mushroom heads.
At the top of these stairs was a large covered veranda or room which had huge columns. I ...
... seat quickly, we only waited about 10 minutes (seating is very limited). We order the seafood mix with included two types of fish, mussels, prawns, squid, other other seafood the I had never seen. It was really a fantastic experience eating at the markets and much better than any restaurant. We went for a walk through the small alleyways and stopped for a mojito at one on the cafés.