987 Barcelona Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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Well whilst travelling I feel that everyday is like a boxing day sale..so much to see, to choose from, hate to miss out, have no regrets and lines!! We are at a much slower pace now and are slowed down with having no easy access to internet othee than stopping at maccas and Starbucks. I am enduring horrible coffee even for my palette for the sake of my blog and staying connected. Yesterday after an hour I failed to load pictired so ...
... planned completion in 2026 being the 100 year anniversary of the untimely death of the buildings inspired genius, the architect Antoni Gaudi (who although an undisputed genius of the mind, was obviously deficient in road-sense).
Like the wild colonial boy, AG was born of an honest family and was raised in a simple manner. But unlike Jack Doolan, Gaudi was inspired at an early age by the inherent styles and shapes and patterns of nature and these ...
... with curry ice cream (?), toasted bread with tomatoes, the potatoes like they have at cha cha cha, little beef sandwiches, Spanish ham, croquettes, meatballs, mussels... It was all really good! I have to say I was so proud of the boys, really this whole trip so far, jumping in and eating what was available, and trying new things. Kurt ate both shrimps, mussels, and tried the curry ice cream! It's been so nice to have them just eating good stuff. They did say on the way to ...
... have been it's own event. So lovely! By the time we arrived the calçots were grilling up nicely! The outer layer is charred and the inside is sweet and kind of mushy. One peels off the charred layer, dips the funny onion in a delicious sauce, holds the calçot overhead and down the hatch it goes! Typically the calçots are eaten outside near the barbecue pit but because it was a "chilly" 50 degree outside, the dining was moved to a magical, underground ...
We packed our new suitcases and couldn't decide whether to keep the lime green one or not. In the end we left it behind and so far no regrets as it would be a nuisance. With instructions on the metro and trains to Park Güell (Gaudi Gardens), we made our way there. The metro is very simple and we found the gardens easily enough after the huge haul up several flights of steep stairs! ...