Hotel Medium Abalon
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... and people everywhere. Boulevards like this and the Passeig de Gracia further north, with big old buildings and apartments with little latticed balconies, has a very Parisian feel to it, and Mikey commented on more than one occasion that we could have been in Paris. It also reminded me quite a bit of Buenos Aires (which also have a Parisian feel), but BCN is definitely its own city!
Day 1 we went through El Raval and the Antic Hospital (old hospital which has now been ...
... his game) and a classical dancer, Daria, from the Manassas Ballet. After it was over, I stopped into the Screening Room and watched the last half of the movie, “When in Rome.” I’d seen it at the theater so it was easy to know what was going on—it stars Josh Duhamel. I was back to the room and ready for bed by 9:30 PM. I knew that all kinds of things were going on around the ship but I was tired and really I’m not a late night person!
... Rambla where our little group split Ito two where most went back to La Sangrada Familia and Bri and I stayed at La Rambla markets. I would have gone back to Sangrada Familia except the lines to get in would have been so long we wouldn't have made it back to the meeting place on time for the bus. I went back to the end of La Rambla and bought a painting of a flamenco dancer which I actually saw as we drove past the night before on our bus tour of the city. ...
So today didn't go at all to plan, but it couldn't have worked out better! We set off early to take a tour of FC Barcelona's Nou Camp, but as it was match day we were refused as the players were practising on the pitch. Tonight was the Champions Lea. e Semi-Final between FC Barcelona and Bayern Munich, and was thought to be an incredible match. We were so disappointed, but thought we'd see if they had any of the ...
... snackies. We had fresh fruit from there almost everyday because there's a huge selection and its really cheap. It was all really nice. So just as I expected, there is a lot more going on at night in Barcelona than in the day time. We probably went out far too much than we should have but it's hard to resist when even a Monday night is as crazy as a Saturday night. Fortunately my friend Jess got us on the list almost every night so we only ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Medium Abalon Barcelona
Walls are way too thin, I can hear everything that's happening from our neighbors and corridors and outside.
Fortunately it's on a very quiet street and is only a 2min walk from the closest metro station and a 10min walk from the Sagrada Familia Cathedral.
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