Barcelona City North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... School holidays start this Friday.... 3 months. And our parents think they have issues. Perfect time to escape. There is a flamenco show here tonight so we might take dinner into the garden. Ok ....garden is off as its raining.... Second time in 5 weeks... Even some thunder... Real summer heat build up rain and so warm. Flamenco was great... Very fast and almost aggressive... Singing loud and passionate but so ...
... The app hadn’t worked right since we left the hotel, so I tried calling the airline, but they said that we needed to either use the app or go to the airport. We put our heads together and decided to risk going to the airport, since it’s a very nice place, and if we had to spend an extra three hours there, then we’d be ok with it.
We took the Metro back to the hotel, and luckily enough with the strength of the hotels WiFi signal, ...
... la Sardana - the traditional folk dance of Catalonia - in which the dancers hold hands to form a circle. There are also sardana clubs or groups known as colles, and each colla wears their own uniform or costume. Originally from the Empordą region la Sardana started gaining popularity throughout Catalonia during the 20th century. There are two main styles, the original short sardana, sardana curta and modern long sardana, sardana llarga, which is ...
... sites to see in Barcelona. I purchased my tickets Saturday evening and the earliest I could schedule was Monday afternoon. This is why it is so important to plan ahead in Barcelona. In the morning my first stop was to find a printing shop so I could print my tickets. With the help of Yelp and GPS, I had no problems. I stopped in a cafe for a cappuccino to go and then I was off on foot. My first stop, Casa Batllo was about a mile away, ...
... is, exactly twenty-four hours after we left our Singapore hotel, we’re unpacking our bags in Barcelona. The time change means it’s only midday here. We now face a dilemma. Do we call it a day and try to catch up on the sleep we didn’t get on the plane, or do we get out and look around?
It’s now 6:00 PM. We’ve just returned from our all afternoon sightseeing tour and ...