Residencia La Ciutadella
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... they were close to reducing her to tears from embarrassment and humiliation. When I tried to intervene and give her some support and answer their questions, I was brusquely dismissed. She had to discard several items, no rebuttals accepted.
Guess that’s what first-hand bombings on your home soil can do to escalate your security measures. Nice hospitality, Brits. London, England is no longer on our bucket list.
Not a great start to the trip.
Unfortunately we only had one day in Barcelona - but we loved it!
We started the day off with a walking tour which we hadnt done since Amsterdam. Our guide was half American half Chilean. The tour was fantastic. Our guide did the obligatory 2000 years of history in 10 minutes speech, but also spoke more in depth about the Spanish Civil War as well as Catalans place within Spain. This included their independance movement.
There are lots ...
... last time in 2001) and that we need to wait 1 hour before we can even get in.
Bought a light lunch and sat in the free part of the park waiting for our time slot to let us in. I'm still impressed by Gaudi and look forward to seeing more of his work in the coming days.
We then walked to Casa XXX, another of Gaudi's works. From here the kids headed back to the ...
... went and relaxed in and by the pool. Something new I know! It did give me a chance to write more of my blog, have a snooze and listen to some tunes too! I know you're probably jealous, but you're also thanking me now for finding that time to write my blog that you're all loving so much..! After a heavy afternoon relaxing, we got ourselves ready and headed out for dinner to a new paella restaurant to compare it to last night's. Or so I thought. I was ...
... the touristy places, the town cathedral, the Olympic stadium, lots of museums, the seminarians quarters, which she described as "the backside of the priests factory", some of Gaudi's buildings, the waterfront area and "The Rambla's". We drove past all the city highlights and stopped for photos at a city lookout which gave fantastic views over the whole city. The area is surrounded by beautiful gardens which are well ...