Hotel Azul Barcelona
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... train out to the second most populated city in Spain (behind Madrid), Barcelona. This is also the last place I am traveling on this trip that I have previously been to. A few years back we stayed two days on my high school trip to Barcelona, but I think I saw a lot more things this time around!
We got into Barcelona-Sants station and found our way to the hotel, We were staying just outside of Las Ramblas, a central street that led straight to the water. ...
... to Manuka, but sparse enough to look like a bad hair transplant. We stopped at the train station at Figueres-Vilifant as our magical mystery tour continued. People got off the bus, they gone on the bus. The net result was one couple stayed off which we assume was the reason for going into the town/city in the first place. Even the French speaking passengers weren't happy with communication. The vegetation turned more green farmland and what we'd call bush in NZ, ...
Barcelona & San Sebastian
Barcelona our next major stop deserves to be visited by anyone wishing to appreciate a sophisticated urban environment that has all the elements that create a real people place in the midst of a rich urban fabric. A very liveable city, it incorporates plazas devoted to people of all ages with landmarks as bookends (if you will) that form the basis of contemporary urban planning. It has great inter-modal ...
... interesting. We finally departed not fully appreciating the works of this master artist.
We found a little café overlook, purchased water and got our bearings. Now that we knew where we were, we meandered down the hill following the walkways along the road. We could see all of Barcelona again. We finally found stairs leading down the hill which seemed the best way. Our second stop was the Picaso museum which is located in the heart of the ...
... is just a superficial observation. This woman, Mauria, thought so as well and again, kissed me on my two cheeks as she left. My last “encounter” with a Catalonian occurred on the tram ride to the renfe station. I asked the girl I was sitting next to if she was drawing, as I saw she had some canvas in a bag. She said yes and no. She was studying architecture at the university and had a model to build. Alejandra, as she introduced herself to me, did ...