Banys de Mar - Apartamentos Barceloneta
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... was because it was the morning after Christmas but it was unlike anything we have ever experienced and even Jenny was still commenting about it later on.
Unlike Buenos Aires where you are warned and warned again to not take a taxi from the airport that you haven't already booked inside the terminal, in Barcelona that's not the case. In fact, they have a dedicated "Exit to Taxi" area. There were lines roped off but not a soul there so we hopped into the first taxi ...
... light. The apartment has been furnished in the decor of the times and it’s simply gorgeous. Before entering the apartment, we'd passed through an attic just below the dazzling undulating roof entering into an area created by a connected sequence of caverns created by the use of the caternary arch along with a display explaining the various techniques Gaudi had used in the innovative design. What a genius.
We made our way back to the Hotel ...
... br> All of Tarragona's sites are within walking distance of the train station. Taxis and local trains can take you further.
Cathedral--Tarraco UNESCO World Heritage Site complex of Roman ruins including colosseum.
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... Espanyol (Spanish Village) was included. This complex was built as a temporary display for the International Exhibition of 1929, but due to its success became permanent. It houses 117 buildings which represent the many different types of architecture of Spain and more that 30 workshops of food, craft and art.
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... Sagrada Familia, we made our way to Sant Antoni, a burrough just west of the city centre. We were directed to this neighbourhood by our host, who had recommended a good local eatery. Unfortunately, as luck would have it, it was closed. The neighbourhood had a rougher feel to it, lacking the large tourist crowd of central Barcelona. Out of our comfort zone, we wandered down the street and decided to give a quaint cafe a go. It's name was Bar Mane.