Barcelona Hotel Colonial
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... in. Our host showed up to make sure things were OK and we chatted a bit about the building which his family owned up until the late 1990's. Our visit to the Sagrada Familia was amazing. Gaudi's iconic work is hard to describe. He began work on the church in 1883 and continued his work on the building until his death in 1926. It is still not finished and will likely not be completed for decades ( although the use of CAD and off-site stone cutting may expedite ...
... lovely rooftop garden and ate before a much needed siesta. Wandered down our road to see a building called La Pedrera... A building designed Gaudi style... Very amazing sculptures on it. Very lateral thinker was Gaudi... Bizarre designs. Then had dinner at Peruvian restaurant..... Rice pudding on way home for dessert. Rice pudding is totally delicious with cinnamon... ...
... in on Gerard in his room. Turns out he was wide-awake as well! (Interesting side-note: so far, our sleep schedules have been bursts of three or four naps of various lengths when allowed. This has continued since departing the US and surprisingly our energy has stayed at acceptable levels despite the sleep deficits we are running. Yes, it will catch up with us I am sure.)
Anyway, we decided to grab food and head into central Stockholm. I must mention ...
Heather and I left for the airport at 9am, got on the Aerobus and made it to Barcelona airport with plenty of time. Not quite realising we were leaving for our trip yet, despite the big backpacks and knowing there were maaaaany hours of flight ahead of us. A quick breakfast ...
... those regularly. I saw an exciting Flamenco
show, though the tourist version. Wasn’t quite up to finding a bar and waiting
til midnight for the music to begin, so I paid my 18E to be entertained in
comfort. That really is a ***** dance. The angrier the better…such a gorgeous
expression of passion.
As I finished processing my contrasting experiences with
housing, a friend suggested I was “working the bugs out of ...