Rambla & Catalunya Hostel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... but two people had to order it unfortunately. We toasted the day with a glass of cava and a coke. The Catalan Crema did tempt me even though I was full. It was good but not as good as mum's creme caramel. I returned Bridget to the apartment and then strolled La Rambla with the hordes of others. I simply did no more than took in the sights of the sea of moving faces and drank from the fountain which apparently ensures ...
... to the plaza on her last trip to Barcelona and it was a good decision as it was a pretty open area with restaurants lining all edges. We found another supermercat to stop at and got more Hairbo root beer bottles, we had accidentally eaten the other packages and needed some for Cathy and Torrea, and another beer, this time a Barcelona Beer Company beer that was more like American craft beer and was pretty enjoyable. After getting back to the hotel we relaxed a bit before heading out ...
... in shops in Port Vell but the grey skies did not help with the photos.
A rest at the hotel saw us head out for dinner but the ominous skies made us stay close by and we had some very nice pasta before heading for bed. Katie and I are off to Seville tomorrow on an epic 11 hour journey starting at 9.30am. We bade Sandra farewell wishing her a safe journey to London and then on to New Zealand.
... and walking boots; they looked at us like we were lost!
The flight was predictably noisy but uneventful and we landed in Girona after dark. Whilst I waited for our bag, Laura bought us tickets for the bus which would take us into Barcelona. I think most of the people on the flight were heading to resorts on the coast, as there were only a handful of other people on board, as we made the hour long journey ...
... so permits)! Honestly, it was a very satisfying experience. Also a great opportunity for those of you who are more camera-handy; being in the presence of Gaudi's work.
Continuing with the Gaudi hype, in the evening, we decided to go on a little walk-about to look for the Casa Batllˇ. We actually ended up taking a huge detour, and had to walk down Passeig de GrÓcia - this is essentially the "high street" of Barcelona, so if you're able to walk into ...