Amister Art Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... tourist languages. I chewed on a sandwich while overlooking the city, and I was happy.
I was hopping from rock to rock and Edward Sharpe's "Home" came on (RAC remix, all of my music sharing friends - get on that.) I started to think of home and what home meant to me. Sure, I guess my family means home. Maybe my friends. My house? I'm not even so sure anymore.
I have tremendous love for everyone back in New York (it's probably unhealthy how much I ...
... go home and shower and eat. So we left and grabbed some sandwiches at Bar Moon, the little restaurant right below our apartment. This sandwich was probably the greatest thing I ever tasted. Mozzarella, arugula, tomato and oil on amazing bread. YUM! After that, we got ready to go to this club called Razzmatazz which we heard was great but when we got there we figured out it wasn't so great. After getting into clubs for the past couple nights for free, when they told us we had ...
... hands, thus forcing him to step gingerly sideways, was absolutely hilarious!! He kept yelling at Rylee every time she spoke or stopped and yelled at Charli for lying to him when she announced he only had a few more steps remaining! She wasn't. Hahahahahahahahahahaha Anyway, we finished our last day in Barcelona with a wonderful seafood dinner with Amanda and Dan from *****ia and a walk up to see the Magic Fountain in action with full lights and ...
... just 50 kilometres away.
We had gone no further than a few kilometres when I braked hard and pulled into a dirt driveway showing the sign: Cellar Carles Andreu. I remember looking into a wine-shop's window in Montblanc and seeing some interesting wines with this label. It must be an omen (or at least I am sure that is what Gail would have said) and we had an hour or so that we could spare.
We were warmly welcomed by the owner's son who proceeded ...
... them burned at the stake. The next day we went on a tour to the sacred mountain of Catalonia called Montserrat. We drove up this staggering rock formation and admired spectacular panoramic views of Barcelona. At the top of the mountain their is a monastery and the Basilica Real where the black statue of Madonna is on display behind the alter of the church. Newly weds come here to pledge their vows to the mystical Black Virgin. Then we drove into Barcelona where our ...