Hotel Azul Barcelona
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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... was a typical Spanish meal, (according to Susan who prepared most of it) and it was spectacular. A great salad with tomatoes, green pepper, spring onions and olives plus chick peas for the vegetarians and tuna for the meat eaters. Fresh and delicious, it’s a salad I will add to my summer meal repertoire. (Plus bread and cheese and grilled chicken and the wonderful cake with cream and lemon filling and strawberries…everything was great and I left the table very full.)
... second time is the left place time) Some of the differences I noticed in Barcelona were:
People drive on the right hand sideThere are walking streets and driving streetsThere are a lot more smokersFootball is very popular (heaps of people wear Barcelona football top/ scarf etc. and I saw Barcelona football tops for sale in a Bakery
32 days to go :-)
... Thank God I work out and am in good shape.
Arrive at the train stop and make my way to the Montserrat platform. Buy a round-trip ticket for the train and the cable car up to the monastery and wait 20 minutes for the train to arrive. Train takes about an hour, and is pretty crowded with tourists, to get to the cable car station, which is one stop before the train you can take up the mountain if you are afraid of heights and don't ...
... The bus stopped at the railway station and again most people got off, but this time they didn't come back and the bags went off as well, so did we. We were here to catch a train to Barcelona at 3.10pm. The communication stepped up now we were on the Spanish train system, Renfe. The onboard staff were very obliging. The station appeared quite big and we played followed the leader, which is easy to do in Europe because everybody else wants to be first. Craig wondered ...
... wanted to visit NZ someday as he loved rugby! The smallest campsite by far - a choose your own place type of one which was only out of about 10 spots in total. Burgers and beer for dinner and an early night. Campsite Sweet spot - compact as, pretty good facilities considering the cost and free wifi!! Temperature update Overheating with humidity factor 100 in Barca to a cool out your jersey on and the duvet is back on your bed in ...