Ally's Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... it to Barcelona! We then contacted Harry, our wonderful landlord, who sent his little Chinese friend/dad/we weren't really sure who, to let us in the apartment. The situation was slightly sketchy because he didn’t speak English, or Spanish, so he just pointed at various things in the apartment and finally left. The apartment itself was awesome! It could have easily slept 10 people and we had our ...
... Barcelona's main Basilica. We purchased tickets for the elevator ride to the roof top to view the sun going down on our last day in Barcelona. The views of Barcelona are breath taking!
Being on top of the church and looking around is incredible. Daniel and I were constantly amazed by rich and very long history here. It was also interesting for me to walk around the church and see all of the candles that were being lit ...
... our first tapas meal. The staple every restaurant serves is a bowl/dish of olives, tiny pickles with onions in olive oil that can be quite spicy. We discover "country bread" that is spread with olive oil and fresh tomato sauce....going to have exercise more than I thought! The recommended wine is local and surprising good....inexpensive!
On our first full day, a detailed discussion with the concierge provides an array ...
With little to no sleep and nothing else we could do about Zarah's bag we carried on our journey and had another tourist day out. Today we headed to Park Gruell, this is a huge ancient park with many walking pathways and areas to look at. It also had a high point which overlooked all of Barcelona….amazing! To get there though was a mission. We got off the tube where Zarah though was the right spot, looked up and saw this huge ...
... the hostel and crashed. On the way there I ran into some ******* English punk teenagers who were drunk and loud as hell in the hostel room. They had absolutely no respect for other guests and strongly inflamed my distaste for the bloody English - their arrogant jerks who think they own the world just because they colonized most of it. Psh! The next day was April 20, 2008. This day in Boulder, CO is equivalent to a holiday. About an hour before 4:20pm on Norlin field ...