Aparthotel Mariano Cubi
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So we get into one of the cities I have most been looking forward to, Barcelona! First thing I notice is the insane amount of cabs in this city, literally a couple hundred cabs! So we get one of those cabs to our hotel the princess. Wow what a hotel. Literallythe best hotel in the city to date, the most insane wifi the most insane shower with water jets and a water fountain, just an insane room. So basically our first night we just chilled at the ...
"Wait, I thought you were going to Paris!?!"
Well, our place to stay in Paris fell through as did our flights, so time for a quick itinerary change. Paris, we will try to add you back into the itinerary. Barcelona here we come! Nothing like planning an international trip with one days notice. Who doesn't love traveling?
Let me tell you one thing, though...a 6:40 am flight is ...
... Valencia area, admiring the terraces of orange trees. Having been caught up in the spirit of the World Cup we had ended up having a later night than we had planned so we were most pleased to finally reach Barcelona six hours later and 50 Euros lighter for the privilege.
Having dropped off the rental car we made our way to our apartment where we were greeted by the owner; Chello. And then the moment had finally arrived… Sorcha and Steve were here and whilst it may ...
... you have to buy a ticket for entry because it is a stunning enclosure of mosaic figures, walls, and benches. The mosaics were truly beautiful, especially the benches and the giants lizard in the middle of the staircase. Theres even stone caves that look twisted and beautiful. Park GŁell was one of the most interesting places I've ever been. By then it was dark so we then hit the Metro to find the Torre Agbar ...
... finished and he famously said: "Don´t worry, my client isn´t in a hurry" meaning God which I quite liked. When we came out of the Cathedral we were amazed to see the huge line that basically wrapped around the sides of the Sagrada Famila - I would say you would have to wait in the heat for at least an hour. I guess it is quite hard to print tickets when you are away but it is well worth it because the line takes about 2 mins if ...