Las Ramblas Apartments
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... managed to find a very nice neighborhood restaurant that was open and had a nice tapas meal along with a pitcher of cava sangria, a regional specialty: sparkling white or rose wine produced in Catalonia.
Another popular meal is paella, a rice dish with combinations of seafood and/or meat. It is more of a general Spanish dish than a Barcelona specialty. Nonetheless, Walt wanted to have paella in Spain because he first had paella in Copenhagen (at ...
... visiting there from around the world. We could listen to them speaking a variety of languages as we enjoyed the beach experience. Our return to Barcelona by train was along the coastal route and easy. We enjoyed beautiful views of the sea along the way. We arrived at our place satisfied that our day was well ...
A friend suggested doing a travel blog for my trip and I thought it was a good idea.
So here is my attempt at documenting our travels.
We landed in Barcelona at 10am (4am Florida time) and although we were tired we were excited to start exploring the city.
Those of you that know me well, will understand when I say it was a classic "Rosado moment" just ...
... from graphic design, interior design, lighting and architecture schools in Barcelona." (from http://santaeulalia.bcn.cat/eng) I also have now visited the Arc de Triomf, Sagrada Familia, and Park Guell. I absolutely loved the rainbows of stained-glass windows glittering and amazing architecture that the Sagrada Familia was, and is being, built on. Usually I have time on the weekends to ...
... the same brand of hotel we stayed at for Torrea and Geoff's wedding in Cancun. The hotel was really nice, right across the street from the water and had a roof deck that overlooked the marina. The guy at the front desk who checked us in was really nice, his name was Josu and he gave us a ton of recommendations for Barcelona, and even a few for Lisbon as we told him our travel plans. After checking out the room we made our way out to eat for tapas, basically Spanish ...