Barcelona Hotel Colonial
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... on this further. Bridget had no idea about the mountain and thought it was to be something akin to Mt Gravatt before we headed there. From on top we got to view the ancestral area of the Tapiolas family. There is a special tribute wall with many numerous plaques regarding groups of people with a relationship with the Catalan dance the Sardana. We saw the plaque organised by a family member, Benito Droguet, representing the group of Catalonians in North Queensland. We travelled ...
... when using the toilet. After our tour we walked down La Ramblas, the major shopping street, where we found a lunch spot right on the beach. Jay and the kids had a dip in the Mediterranean while Tracy held on to the prime table and watched the belongings. After lunch we visited the 'El Call', the Jewish quarter (ghetto) until the late 14th century. At that time there were 6000 Jews in Barcelona representing 20% of the population. We visited the synagogue that was lost under layers ...
... chill out area were layed out in an open plan that was really social and there were often night time activities organised by the hostel which brought everyone together. A pasta night was planned for our first night there, followed by live music and a pub crawl. The pasta and live music were both brought to us by a charming Spanish guy named Angelou. I don't think he could've gotten much cooler. He cooked a mean feast and then entertained up a storm on the guitar that he had made ...
... 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.
... it would be a good idea if they could give Barcelona a more exotic look to attract tourists. They were dead right. Now Barcelona is the tourist hub of Europe especially from people from East Europe. It’s amazing that someone had enough foresight and also gut to spend that much money on an enormous project with the belief that it would be successful.
Oh and I got my ears pierced. Can’t wait until my skin clears up and I can start wearing my beautiful ...