Equity Point Sea - Hostel Barcelona
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Beds really cramped! Amazing aircon
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Hola Espana! This was the first stop on my trip to Spain during Carnival break.
Day 1: After flying into Barcelona, we checked in at our hostel, which was on the beach in the Barceloneta neighborhood. We wandered around the beach and waterfront areas (honestly, this is only the second beach I've ever been to). La Sagrada Familia was the …
... off her camera till we get home though so you'll just need to wait - I was keeping my camera well out of the way so I was accused of any peeking.
We kept going along the beach front till we ran out of beach, we did end up at a solar power facility which had heaps of adventure things under it (rope bridges, climbing nets hanging ropes etc) though the adventure stuff was closed off, we were not too sure what the various areas that we were on here were for ...
... a Spanish brewery. After finishing our drinks, we walked back to the bus to meet the rest of the group. Our final leg of highway travel would take us to Barcelona and we only had about 150 km to go. The group was really looking forward to this. Between Gerona and Barcelona, we played "Bus Idol" with the group. To participate, students had to write an original song about the trip and perform it while we drove to Barcelona. In the end, we had about 5 groups participate ...
... hotel chain) but it really didnt look inviting enough for lunch so we ended up at Citrus on the Passag de Gracia. The menu for this place was very interesting but the food didnt come up to expectations. Maybe we are just too fussy in our old age! After a siesta we caught the metro to the Barric Gotic (old city) and had a lovely stroll around the cathedral area and down lots of interesting streets. A light dinner of oysters, grilled prawns and iberico ham was enjoyed ...
... an art and history museum!
On the other side of town, near the coast, glass skyscrapers stand diligently over the ports. I see this as the more functional side of Barcelona city improvement, creating the image of a 21st century city with all the modern amenities. Clearly they were built close to the water so that by see people would see towering monoliths on Barca’s coast. Whether or not all these buildings ...