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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
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... part of the park. Guess what? It is more uphill! Will it never end? I think I'm going to die. And it has gotten even hotter out. I finally give up and settle onto a concrete block to rest while Jen climbs up higher. This day I would have been quite content to just ride around the city on the Bus Turistic. That was so relaxing. I was hoping we would get to do the whole of all the loops but we will not have time. So when we leave Park Guell we ...
The afternoon high speed train trip to Barcelona was again uneventful. We didn't even have to book more train tickets so could leave the train station basically straight away! By this time we were pretty much old hands at figuring out Metro systems, so we made it to our Air BnB apartment in pretty good time. It was a bit of a walk up the hill from the station, and we walked up the stairs from the station to see a massive billboard of a naked woman advertising the sex ...
... hotel and walked in the area. Then, we had a rest . Later in the afternoon we walked a new area of the city to see the magnificent streets and buildings along the Passieg de Garcia and Avenida Diagonal. The stores rival Rodeo Drive. The city is very clean and up-to-date. We had a tapas dinner at a nearby restaurant, Apeadero. The food was great. Wine here is very good and ...
... spend any time being poisoned by this mans music and getting in the way of people senselessly taking photos if everything, we wondered if any of the photos were any good and if they would even bother to look at them again! I doubt it! Some dude was busy swapping a handful of different lenses.Giving up looking for Easter we decided to go home via Plaza del Espanya which was also a bit of a disappointment as ...
... to go to our room. So, we checked in, left our luggage and do what we do best. Walk! We learned, from our Concierge, of a newly opened Gaudi Landmark. The Palau Guel, a home Gaudi designed and built for the industrialist and his “benefactor/friend”. We decided to walk and when the “museum” opened, we’d go.
Sunday morning in Barcelona is QUITE quiet! Nothing, I mean ...