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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... within walking distance we decided to get a coffee & a Starbucks Barcelona mug. Chris tried mint green tea, and he hated it. After Chris sort of napped & I had coffee we attempted to have a second wind and ditched the idea of napping at the hotel since it was nearly 5:30pm. Instead we ate at a customizable burger restaurant, which wasn't very good. My beef was so pink I was scared to eat it. Then we went on the hunt for chocolate churros! PART ...
"The rain in Spain
Is not in Bareclona"
"Well I have never been Spain,
But I have heard the woman are insane there"
Elvis? (updated H Axton)
Barcelona is the capital city of the autonomous community of Catalonia in Spain and the country's 2nd largest city, with a population of 1.6 million. Its urban area extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population ...
... boho chic crowd. A stark contrast that works beautifully. The city was bustling (but in a low key casual kind of way) until late into the evening. I could see myself being happy in this uber cool place. And with a population of 200000 (16000 within the city walls) it wasn't so overwhelming . So we spent some time in the Palace of the Popes (the actual popes lived there for 67 years before going to the Vatican!!). That was very impressive, and was really the ...
... mi) to the west, of the city. Sabadell Airport is a smaller airport in the nearby town of Sabadell, devoted to pilot training, aerotaxi and private flights. Seaport Port of Barcelona The Port of Barcelona has a 2000-year old history and a great contemporary commercial importance. It is Europe's ninth largest container port, with a trade volume of 1.72 million TEU's in 2013. The port is managed by the Port Authority of Barcelona. Its 10 km2 (4 sq mi) are divided into three ...
... palm trees and peacock feathers, etc etc - as the photos will attest. We walked from there up to Gaudi's Casa Batllo ( pronounced Bat- eo).This was an existing apartment building which Gaudi remodelled for the Batllo Family, with exquisite and intricate attention to detail (and not a straight wall to be found anywhere). The exterior is fanciful and fantasy-like (even a little creepy) whilst the colourful humped tiled roof is suggestive of St George's dragon. ...