Feel Good Barceloneta Apartments
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... that was a good idea because we went to the front desk to get blankets and they had to turn the lights on the roof deck on just for us. It was relaxing and quiet, overlooking the city wrapped in blankets and drinking a few beers while chatting about our trip up to that point. We went to bed that night knowing we had a huge city to explore the next day. Brittany had been to Barcelona but it was my first time and we both had a few things we wanted to get done. Miles walked: ...
... year for all I know.
People are welling into the square now and the colours of red, blue, green, light blue, plum and grey are filtering through the crowds. At both sides the red and light blue begin to assemble themselves into a castell! The castellers have returned, this time in six colours, so this could be very interesting! First the red and the plum teams come into the square in formation. The plum team fall as ...
So I am actually already back from Rome as well but I am going to separate my two trips into two separate entries....first up, Barcelona!
After going through absolute airport-hell in London, Barcelona was EXACTLY what I needed for a few days. I stayed at Albareda Youth Hostel and when I checked in, I immediately felt at home. The hostel owners went over the entire city map with me and ...
That was a great show. The next day we missed a comedy show, because we didn’t change our watches an hour ahead. You talk about being confused. I think all the rough sailing got to our brains. But so far we didn’t get sick and are still eating.
An evening at the Epic Theater.
Did a five hour, Barcelona Highlights Tour that was great. Then caught a public bus to Park Guell, that is full of Gaudi's zany architecture. Returned to hang around the city for the first lighting of the street Christmas lights, then strolled back to the hotel. Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's crazy, unfinished church was the focus of the tour, and it was breath taking (and wierd)! Started in 1882, it was always intended to be built using private donations. Nowadays ...