Mellow Hostel Barcelona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Thali and Vegan Momo there which both sounded delicious, so I went with those. I definitely don't regret my decision because they both tasted great! I then had some freshly squeezed apple juice to top it off, which tasted delicious!
After my dinner I went back to Para-Lel to take the funicular to the castle. I noticed I was literally the only person on the funicular which didn't look like a good sign. When I got to the other stop in the funicular, I saw ...
... does not know what the Sagrada Familia is, immediately Google it! It is a beautifully ornate church that is one of Antoni Gaudi’s masterpieces. The church was started in 1882, and they still haven’t finished all of the construction. The plan is to finish the church within 20 years, but it is kind of a running joke in Barcelona that they keep pushing back the date they will be able to finish all of the designs Gaudi left for the church. From there the bus took ...
... wedding. Ang after her beer today sang to the taxi driver singing "la la la la la la Rambla " he didn't quite understand her humour and corrected herby saying its ' la bamba' . We've arranged a taxi for 5.30am. We'd recommend Barcelona as a place that offers something for everyone. It has a good feel to it and we enjoyed the open space. There's enough here for it to be a destination in its own right. As Ang would say, "we didn't like it, we loved ...
... strawberry kabobs. It was a good choice. Further down the street we returned to the fancy tent venders I had perused yesterday and I bought myself some souvenirs. Already having a night to think about it, I was quite efficient and we got on the subway in plenty of time for our appointment at the segrada. La segrada, is my new favorite church/building, and Gaudi my new favorite architect, sorry Frank Lloyd Wright. With his geometrically curved walls, creation of symmetry ...
... about the places we pay to go inside, as it really adds up, and I think you can get "Gaudi"ed out if you overdo it!). Casa Battlo, as the LP says, is “Gaudi at his hallucinogenic best”, and “one of the strangest residential buildings in Europe”. Glittering blue, green and mauve tiles cover the fašade, there is a sword like chimney, scaley roof, balconies that look like masks and fish bone columns – very extravagant and very bizarre. The other big ...