City Center Apartments
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... He internally plans everything out and around 1900 when this was built, he was not only creating a piece of art but a stunning place to live and entertain in, but was ahead of his time with making sure all the plumbing, mechanicals, venting etc were perfect for each room. And each room was special, and had its own unique feel. I think it took us almost two hours to do the audio tour and we could have lingered longer. The next day we went to Sagrada Familia; you have ...
... Aussie travelers are everywhere). The next three nights we spent at a hotel closer to the beaches. Here are some noteworthy highlights: -bar crawling with the hostel peeps then going to Chupitas which is a bar with an extensive, creative, and quite ridiculous shot menu -partying at Razzmatazz until 4:30 AM. The club didn't even open until 1 am and didn't get going until 230. We got to bed around 530 and had to be up at 1030 to check out. It was during the trek to the hotel that ...
... are not swollen from all the walking, but from the sodium intake from all the salty meats she has been consuming. After a beautiful time in Barcelona walking the streets, we concluded our stay by visiting the fountain of colored lights, which danced to music and a light show, and eating a late night dinner of seafood paella. I will miss the salty breeze of Barcelona, wonderful street tapas, and look forward to coming back - especially for the Jamon Iberico de ...
... Renfe ticket. The machine is slow and there is another guy standing at this one and tells me that the machine isn't working but he has a ticket that he already bought and isn't going to use so I can pay him cash for it. Ummm...no. I smell a rat. I try the machine but it doesn't take my credit card because it doesn't have a fancy European microchip or a pin number - at least that's what I think it was saying in Spanish. I let a few ...
... to sell bootleg beer.
We head in down more crazy confusing side streets, which lead into plazas and
squares. It is a much different set up that we have ever seen before. We are
well and truly lost and it is as if the huge looming art sculpture of barbed
wire cascading upwards is laughing at us. We look on our maps for where we are
but no reception or wifi is killing us. After an unhelpful stop in a hotel
where the man at the front desk’s only ...