Hotel Acta BCN 40
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... and put it away and try to get some sleep in, which we accomplished well.
We land, grab our bags and start making our way to the train to catch into town. We get there with plenty of time and jump on the train. We sit there and wait 45minutes for it to take off, we were starting to get cranky as we couldn’t understand why it didn’t leave on time. It’s as if it were waiting for every single person that kept coming through the gates toward ...
... the big 2-4!) so Mom and I had booked a sea kayaking trip out in Costa Brava. It was a gorgeous day getting to kayak and swim in the ocean. We got back to the city around 7pm so we decided to have some wine and relax before going to dinner on Barcelona time. A bottle and a half of wine later we were still sitting on our terrace and hurried to get ready. By the time we got out to look for a restaurant it was ...
... Gothic Quarter as well as the street performers. There was so much talent! People singing, juggling, break-dancing, and miming filled the various corners of the square. Some of the singing even almost brought me to tears it was that good. The sounds echoed from surrounding buildings. We learned that Barcelona’s apartments rent for as much as $8,000 a month! It was a beautiful city, and ...
... selling seeds to grow vegetables, it's got a bit of everything. A zillion souvenir shops & stalls too. We took the funicular railway to the top of the hill (but not the tippy top as you need to take the cable car to get there and being the most unadventurous person Dave knows.....I didn't want to do that.) The Olympic Stadium was up on the hill and the view of the Natural Art Museum was fantastic. Great ...
... is something beautiful to see everywhere you turn...architecture, views, markets and clothes (love the brand Desigual)! I toured the Palau de la Musica Catalana and it was breathtaking. Wish I would've had time to see a concert here. I bought my ticket online for Sagrada Familia to avoid having to wait it that incredibly ...