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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Benidorm Barcelona
Check-in: Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Check-out: Saturday, July 14, 2012
Number of nights: 3 nights
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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... they alternate gritts and hominy gritts), bagels, biscuits and gravy, English muffins, either pancakes or french toast, peanut butter, healthy stale cereal and coffee. I don’t have class until 2:30on A dayz so If I get up and go to breakfast then I’ll just spend the morning drinking a lot of coffee and doing homework because I always have a lot all the time. Usually no matter what time I get up, I can come back 3 hours later and my roommate is still asleep; I ...
... Parc Guell originally was made to be an elegant housing estate with family homes with Antoni Gaudi being contracted to style the place, but the development was unsuccessful and the area was later turned into a public park for locals and tourists to enjoy.
Parc Guell also contains a small home where Gaudi personally lived which has now been turned into a museum containing some of his famous artwork.
Located nearby to ...
... inside for example are built to resemble trees reaching to heaven. The weirdest cathedral I have ever been in.....Geri reckons it doesn't really feel like a real church. I tend to agree, although it might seem a bit more holy without shoulder to shoulder tourists taking photos I ...
... After enjoying some Dunks... we headed to La Sagrada Familia which is a massive church in Barcelona. It is famous for never having been completed and construction is currently still going on. After seeing this massive church, we did some shopping in the gift shops as we headed to our next stop: Park GŁell. Park GŁell is a gorgeous two part park. Part of it is a normal park, full of paths and grass and nature. The ...
... gelato and chocolate croissants. Headed to the flamenco now. Flamenco was pretty cool. Maybe I'm too immature to appreciate the arts but I was laughing at some parts. It's so serious about love and heartache and they stomp the ground really hard. And they sing really deep. I would never experience this otherwise so I'm glad I did it. Leaving flamenco now headed on a quick night tour to see the lights of the city. Then the bus will drop off me and the Canadians so we can go to the ...