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Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... onions, and tomatoes with anchovies (I didn't eat the anchovies, I hate those things). For desert we had this fabulous mousse chocolate thing and assorted cheeses with jam. Holy moly sooo good.
Now were back at the hotel and it's almost midnight. The taxi driver we took here was actually nice but he made fun of us because we were going back to the hotel so early. Were not night owls *yet* I guess.
... poms and two other Aussies) in complete thrall. We finished completely frozen at Bar La Llibertaria. He finished his tour there amidst more photos on the walls, warm drinks, questions and discussion. A bloody fabulous thing to have done.
We headed off, thinking about all of that and vaguely about lunch and ended up walking all the way back to Sangrada and a place we'd read about Fidalga Barcelona. On the way, we saw more modernista architecture and treed, ...
... a long weekend in the Spanish capital about a month ago.
So Barcelona it was...and yesterday when we arrived we dropped off our luggage at the hotel first then drove to the airport to surrender our car. The 504 Peugeot sedan was a great choice for us this year and while we didn't put that many miles on it, we were glad to have it when we needed it!
Living in Europe has taught us the value of public transportation and so we are not ...
... things to pack back into my suitcase. Finished that and off the the euro rail I went. I wanted to get a full European experience in the little amount of time I had so I decided to take the train from Madrid to Barcelona. What an awesome experience! The countryside of Europe is BEAUTIFUL. Lots of mountains, hills, open land, gorgeous small towns and villages and interesting people. I sat next to a guy from Galicia, Spain which is on the west cost of spain. His name was Kais. He ...
... 50 minutes (I timed it on a stop watch). I wasn’t quite sure where to go from there, as the procedures with EasyJet have recently changed. There’s no “check-in” now, but just a bag drop.
When I got to the bag drop, I found a huge queue but it seemed to be moving fairly quickly. As I reached the end of the queue, I discovered that I could have used the Speedy Boarding line, which was much shorter. I’d forgotten I had ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility