Chic & Basic Urquinaona Apartments
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Chic & Basic Urquinaona Apartments Barcelona
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... the patron. Located atop a high point (Muntanya Pelada, or bare mountain) overlooking the city, this park has fabulous mosaic tile work that boasts beautiful, vibrant colors and unique, flowing artscapes. Construction began in 1900 to be an estate for the well-to-do but was unsuccessful in meeting this mission. It was turned into a public park in 1926 after ...
... Kupit for a Catalonian lunch. The food was magnificent and as usual way too much. After heading back to Barcelona we again wandered the alleyways and squares.
I was feeling rather crook by this time, so it was bed for me. I have had this cold now for nearly 2 weeks, the whole time we have been ...
... there and you’re like what am I supposed to be looking at/impressed by? Meow. We walked around town for a while longer then I broke off from the boys to get some Mia time in. I tried to do some shopping because the retail selection was unbelievable but all the stores had switched over to fall and winter even though it’s 85̊ outside. So fortunately that was a lot of money I didn’t spend. We walked through the market again and made our way back to the ship, ...
... about my big night. As for today, well you can imagine it was a bit of a slower one. I spent my afternoon wandering la rumbla, the main drag in Barcelona. It was quite enjoyable doing my own thing. I got some souvenirs and even got to do a bit of shopping - for the ladies that are interested I had some good buys at H&M and Zara and this other store called bakresh. I pretended I spoke Spanish at the line up at H&M when the lady in front of me ...
After this it was more or less time to return to the hotel, get our stuff and use the last of our T-10 on the train to the airport for a flight back to the UK and with any luck bed before 1 a.m. and work the next day.
Or so we thought.
We got to the airport to find it looking a bit chaotic. Lots of people. Far more than usual. A glance at the Departures board showed several flights cancelled, although there ...