Hotel Azul Barcelona
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The name of this long avenue, leading from the Placa de Catalunya, Barcelona's central square, to the statue of Columbus on the seafront, comes from the Arabic ramla, meaning the dried-up bed of a seasonal river. Barcelona's 13th-century city wall followed the left bank of one such river that flowed from the Collserola Hillls. Convents, monasteries and the university were built on the opposite bank in the 16th century, outside the city ...
... with ganache and chili chocolate icecream especially memorable – we still don’t know how they made it!
We finished our last morning in Barcelona soaking up the sun on one of the cities reclaimed beaches while the boys headed up to the Camp Nou Stadium (the home ground of the Barcelona Soccer Team), before farewelling Heidi and Blake and heading back to Larz, planning on heading south to Valencia ...
... away and full of kids, the good thing was that it was cheap, breakfast included and it had swimming pool and gym. Although the creepiest thing about this place was the next day when I got up for breakfast, only to realise that all the cleaners of this hostel had special needs, don't get me wrong, I'm not against people with disabilities working, what I am against, is that they get the worst jobs ever, rather than helping in reception or having more important jobs, they get the task ...
... liked and others not. Then had juice and bought some fruit and lollies. We then hit the shops again for a couple of hours before returning home for a power nap. We are planning to walk down to the beach this evening and have dinner. It doesn't become dark until 10.00pm so plenty of time to explore! Having trouble with photos will add some next time.
... I could buy everything. It only took me a matter of minutes to find Tiffany & Co. as well. I have finally found something with my name on it and it is a casino, spelled the same exact way that I spell my name. Nanny would be proud. It's actually really cool and at night, my name is lit up in all different colors.
So believe it or not, my first lunch in Barcelona was not at a quaint little cafe or a nice restaurant... it was ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility