Old Town Apartments Barcelona
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOld Town Apartments Barcelona
We booked through apartmentsramblas.com and were happy. the office is convenient and they let us leave our bags there at the end to do more sightseeing.
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... It is a city of really two worlds - the Old World, at the heart of the city, dates back to medieval times. Just out side of that is La Eixample, which was developed in the 19th and 20th centuries, which is where Gaudi did most of his work. After the back, I took the subway back to my flat. After all that time out I was exhausted and my cold was really kicking in so I cooked a little supper and turned in early to be sure I would be ready for the next adventure. ...
... Pills; it is basically sweets on demand. It's like those plastic boxes in cinemas where you can load up on a bevy of different sweets and combine them, except on a larger scale with more clever colours and shapes to entice passersby into the shop. A squeezed all the sweets she could into a small container and kindly purchased it for me with the accompanying label 'Happy Pills - Improve your Spanish at the first bite'.
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... place, it was like that of walking through a heavenly forest. I hope to one day return when the construction is finished, I'll add that to my bucketlist. From there we went to Park Güell to see more of Gaudí's modernisme architecture. The park seems like a fantasy land taken straight out of a scene from a Dr. Seuss book. From the park, you can also enjoy a beautiful view of the city in the distance. Later, we had dinner ...
... to sit in her seat at the window she also didnt speak English... of course the whole plane was packed and people were waiting behind us so the nice person that i am (or started to be) started to go to the window seat as the old nun got out and backed away in the aisle "nicely" letting us (twice her size) squeeze into the tiniest seats, midway in I freaked out NO, NO SINISA I AM NOT NOT SITTING THERE I AM SITTING IN MY SEAT. hes shocked because I am basically ...
... rest of our trip...which we still haven't really figured out. But that's a whole other conversation. The next day was a little more touristy. We got up and walked down to the market and bought groceries (after all, we've got a kitchen, might as well use it). We made some sandwiches and packed some fruit and that would be our meals for the day. We walked our way to Antonio Gaudi's masterpiece: La Sagrada Familia. This is also where we got tickets to the hop on ...