AS Bellaterra Hotel Barcelona
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... shops and cafes. The streets and squares are lined by apartment buildings, with most windows accompanied by tiny balconies that reminded me of the French Quarter in New Orleans.
The only annoying thing is that many of the street corners are cut at 45-degree angles. This leaves a big intersection at the four-way crossings and allows for parking on the corners. Unfortunately, it means that the ...
... hittin the sack.
7am and we fly out today and Scott is still nowhere to be seen!
Dozed off back to sleep and woke around 8am, Scott still wasn't in his bed but we heard loud heaving and chugging. Scott was making all sorts of weird noises around the corner near the hotel fridge. I had no idea what was going on, was he dying? did he take ...
... the number one hostel in Europe and it was easy to see why. It was probably the best sleep I have had since the trip began and the wifi was great. We all took the metro to try and see the Magic Fountain which is a light show with music and water but sadly we could only see it from afar as there was a car show on that day blocking off the street. We did get to see the Famiglia church which is still begin built to this day. It is one of the most ...
... Once we reached the top of the stairs to the temple looking thing, we finally got to find out what it actually was - the Palau Nacional (National Palace). We didn't really want to go inside, (it housed Spanish artwork or something) but just to go see it. And it offered some pretty good views back where we'd come from too. We continued further up and around Mont Blanc, which has heaps of parkland and open space precincts, and walked through the 1992 Olympic Games area, on our ...
... VO (original version) cinema
Yelmo Icāria is a large 15 screen cinema located inside a shopping centre ('El Centre de la Vila') close to the port area in Barcelona. The films screened are new releases and a large selection are available. I am putting the information here for myself and others to tuck away for future use.
Yelmo Icāria Calle Salvador Espiriu, 61 El Centre de la Vila Port Olimpic 08005 Barcelona, Espaņa.