Travel Blogs from Barcelona
Much like the last 2 days, today I went to the beach! I would feel like I was missing out if I didn't enjoy Barceloneta as much as I could before I left. I also went to the Sagrada Familia with Nick and Kiefer and was able to appreciate the beautiful architecture of this huge building! I couldn't stay long because today I was finally leaving for San Fermin!! We each said our sad goodbyes after spending so much time together and off I went ...
... long way back again. The taxi driver took me to the wrong place - he heard 'theater' and OFF he went… well, he did not charge me the full price, so I tipped him a euro for the sightseeing and then I aimed for my room.
I had a missed call and thought it was Cassandra, but on closer inspection, I had checked the wrong phone and it was Bill and Linda who phoned from SC. United Airways had messed them around because of bad ...
... and they gave us a nice farewell with free shots of jager. On our way out, Michaela, Ally and I went in one cab while Scott, Emily and Paige went in the other. Since none of us had cell service unless there was wifi, we basically didn't communicate with each other. The other cab ran into a few complications because Scott was getting sick and before you know it, we were in opium and the other cab was still on their way. The three of them finally made it but got turned away ...
... guide was important because it gave people the opportunity to create something themselves. Everything about this center was amazing; it is definitely seemed an ideal way to serve people with MS.
Later that evening, I stopped by an Alzheimer Day Center. Unfortunately, no one at the center spoke much English and I wasn’t allowed into the actual activities room of the center. But, I was able to ask the woman a few questions and witness ...
... of the line a pilgrim can light a candle. Walking around the monastery is such an ethereal experience. After a couple of hours of sight seeing we descended the mountain. And, as we descend from the mountains we were glad that George took us here first, the line of cars and buses was really long and we knew that beat the crowd that morning.
Barcelona is the capital of Catalunya and the second largest city in Spain after Madrid. It is the 16th ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Barcelona
it was good.the prices were reasonable.the people were nice, the food was
marvelous, in all the city, and the hotel was clean and comfortable to stay .
The people that works there was the best: kindly, and efficient. The beds were adecuates for rest after a very hard day walking.
I recomend it for the tourists.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.