AS Hotel Bellaterra
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Travel Blogs from Cerdanyola del Valles
... was a dramatization of the sense
of vulnerability that was simmering as I embarked on this journey. There were plenty of well-intended warnings
particularly about Spanish men, and I had plenty of questions about my capacity
to travel alone for an extended period of time, especially with a heavy
suitcase and a sensitive body. My belief
in the rightness of this journey, and my full-hearted engagement with this new
life are ...
... waiting 3 hours. So we do the walk around the outside and take some snaps and then back on the bus. The next stop for us is the Parc Guell which is a beautiful park that is full of Gaudi's work. On entry we find out that you have to pay to see most of the mosaic works, his famous piece is the large mosaic lizard. We don't pay for entry and we wander around the free part of the garden all the time listening to PLL asking 'where is the lizard'. So after a few ...
... hostel until 8am the next morning. After sleeping for five hours we were both up for some reason and realized we were in terrible shape for another night of Sonar; but because we already dropped 77€ on the Saturday tix we knew we had to go. Our bodies hit a breaking point at 5am Sunday morning and that's when we left after an amazing show but we had been punishing our bodies for three weeks straight so the next couple days were going to be ...
... Sunday morning, whoops). It was good to talk to them, then we had to board our flight. It was only a 2 hour flight and we were all sat next to randoms. When we arrived in Barcelona we straight away realised that the language barrier was going to be very difficult, we found the taxi and jumped into a cab to the hotel address. When we got there the guy told us where to walk, we walked down some scary alley ways to where ...
... to have a small kitchenette, a couch and later to realize we had a washing machine at our disposal; free of charge. Alex was brilliant and enthusiastically talked us through an extensive list of things we should see, do and eat including how to get everywhere. He ended his speech by saying; 'you guys are going to need more time'...which we did and acted accordingly.
The apartment was about a 10 minute walk from La Rambla; which is a gorgeous (long!) street ...