Mellow Hostel Barcelona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... many drinks would be an understatement) attempts at English and so I made it through with my beer not subjected to reduction.
Alas, we headed home around 4:00 and slipped easily into a deep sleep. Until 10:00, that is, when the sunlight became too unbearable to squeeze out any remaining sleep from the night. We suited up and headed out in search of desperately needed calories and caffeine. Not more then 100 m from the stoop of our hostel, was a sign ...
... to, however, was the lifestyle. The Spaniards eat lunch at around 2:00pm, and dinner around 9:00pm. So, this was a difficult thing to get used to. However, over time we’ve managed to cope! Despite this though, we have thoroughly enjoyed the food, particularly tapas. We especially enjoy tomato bread, potatas bravas, fried fish, jamon, olives, tortilla, croquettes and much more!
Lots of love, Clare
... with colored powders running about, putting it all over everyone. I didn't really want to be a part of it if I was going to have to be colorful for the whole day but we all finally gave in and got colored up. It was so much fun! After this, we took the metro back home where we got a million more stares than normal and showered and relaxed for a while. We got some tapas from Bar Moon again and then got ready for our last night out. We went to say by to our friends who owned ...
... see the Flamenco show. It was singing-dancing-guitar playing show performed by Guinness recorder as the fastest flamenco dancer Jose Leon, guy named Sam singing Pavarotti and Diego Cortes on his incredible guitar. It was stunning evening, and we really enjoyed it. After we got back to the hotel and went to beach enjoying some more time we have there. ...
... date of completion is 2030, but there is no guarantee it will be done by then.
Gaudi was truly a genius. The way he used natural light in his buildings, and employed designs from nature — Catalan arches to support roof structures — similar to backbones in animals, or parabolic shapes as ropes hang from two points on a ceiling — is masterful.
La Sagrada Familia has wonderful natural lighting, with stained ...