Hostal Felipe II
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- Multilingual staff
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- Non-smoking rooms
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A wind down day today, it's nice to have a sea day occasionally to slow down and that we all did, took it nice and slow. Lounged around, read a book etc. Tonight we went to the Italian Specialist restaurant for tea, the Canaletto which you pay an additional charge each of €10. Very nice meal, although by the time we finished it was after 10:00pm so ended up going to bed on a full ...
... wood that had been broken. It was so fun I made some new friends, learnt some more Spanish words and learnt a lot about upholstery. I need to buy some foam, wadding & upholstery this week to proceed. It's go a look a beaut!When I got home we had a quick omelette and then we packed ready to move. IKEA are coming somewhere between 10 & 2 so we wanted to leave around 9 as we might have to do two ...
... that the night off was the best for team Mia.
DAY #2: Today half of our crew had lab for class so I rolled out with Steve and Evan on a quest to see the inside of one of the Gaudi houses. The tourist prices in Barcelona are a little absurd, especially for college students at 20 euro to get into many of the attractions. Everywhere else in Europe we hadn’t payed more than 5 euro to get in anywhere as students, so that was a little frustrating. Obviously ...
... the train station) many of the Olympic sites, and right down to the Port. We got off at Teleferic de Montjuic and took the cable car up to the castle. It was built in 1640.
Some info about Montjuric Castle - was, at one time a prison for political prisoners under Franco. It was also the site of numerous executions. We travelled on the furnicular to the top of the mountain ...
We fumbled awkwardly through all of our interactions with Barcelonans, having no respectable knowledge of their language. They were very friendly though, and more often than not, they knew English. We made an effort to use their native Catalan instead of Spanish whenever we could (thank you Rick Steves for your mini ...