Amister Art Hotel
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... We arrived at the airport not knowing how we were going to get to our hostel. We had no specific must-sees. My mantra this whole time has been "go with the flow". Needless to say, this "plan" fits in with the culture seamlessly.
Day 4 (of pre-travel): Got up at the crack of dawn and trekked across Paris to the airport. Once we finally made it to the airport and got all settled in the airplane, I was immediately passed out with exhaustion. We arrived at the hostel ...
... and experienced a panoramic view of Barcelona from a giant cross. That night we went out with a group from the hostel and a sister hostel to experience the beach nightlife. In a few hours we learned to salsa dance, toasted to our trip and even received red roses! Only in Barcelona... The next morning we headed to Montserrat, a beautiful monetary tucked away in the mountains. We rode a small yellow cable car up to ...
... pedestrian street connecting Plaša de Catalunya with the waterfront. We picked up some yummy pizza on the way as a mini dinner. Our camping gas was running out in the van so we had decided that if we saw something good on the way, we would just eat that instead of risking a dinner that might not get cooked. We happened across the St. Eulalia festival again, with the large puppets but also with people in devil-like costumes sporting enormous sparkler-like fireworks. ...
... Neri before returning to Placa Nova, so we expected a rather different feel to this one.
The dilemma in a Correfoc, for us at least, is when to move. The different groups set off and you ask yourself "shall we follow them or should we wait and watch some more". In the event we tagged ourselves on at the end behind the samba group, Percudium who were bashing out some infectious rhythms as the parade set off along the narrow alleys of Barri Gotic leading to Sant Felip Neri. ...
... suburbs, so many roads and so many cars. We were told that it was not so busy today because it was Saturday, hello::: what would it be like during peak hour traffic.
Barcelona is a cross between a very stylish and modern city and the historic era which dates back to Roman times. As you disembark from the bus you see this enormous Plaza in front of you. We had to cross the Plaza to get to the tourist bureau and get some information. We wanted to walk around the old ...