Chic & Basic Urquinaona Apartments
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... there was a sign that said "Please stop the music torture", aimed at the numerous buskers that are often found all around the streets. We visited the cemetery of the mulberry tree, which is home to the Catalonian independence movement. The area has a eternal flame that symbolises that even if our land gets taken over we will still live on. From here we wandered back down to the previous shoreline. This is symbolised by Carrer de la Dammes. Sailors who had been away at sea in storms ...
... The hay has been cut and sits in round bales, strewn across the paddocks and many centuries old farm houses crumbling with mature trees growing through them. Italy stirs something deep within us, we find it hard to leave. Perhaps we were Florentines in a previous life. We've arrived in to Barcelona and found the hostel easily. We have a minute balcony, bathroom, aircon, wardrobe but no TV. Jus is going to have to talk to me now... ha ha ha. Xoxo A & ...
... I only wanted one, she slapped it
onto a tray and handed me my wet change, which I slid into the fish bag to be
rinsed later. Fortunately everything is fresh, so even the items which get wet
only smell like the ocean. She had asked
me a question in Spanish before bagging it, and I had said “no”, assuming it
was about wanting more. But later when it was time to start cooking, I thought “I
bet she asked if I ...
... to the airport after another perfect weekend trip.
Barcelona is AWESOME! I loved every day and everything we did. So many fantastic streets and public squares, great sights, a pleasant break from British cafeteria food and swimming to boot! I wouldn't have thought after our Germany weekend two weeks ago that anything would top it but Barcelona just about did it. Even with three whole days of going all day I feel like there's still a lot to see and I'd love to come back ...
... fallen in love with a 19 year old DJ and had proceeded to cyber stalk him all the way to Barcelona. And he was now very upset his DJ lover wasn't "returning his tweets". The crazy man aside, the night was excellent! We ended up in a group of around 12 people sitting outside in the garden enjoying the evening sun with a big meal and an acoustic guitar! The night then moved to a local park because we were being too loud! So essentially on my first real day in ...