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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We woke up at 5 and walked to the train station, only a five minute walk, to get reservations for the 9:20 train. We tried Friday night but the booth was closed and not open on weekend. There was still space so we got our reservation and headed back to bed. To board the train you pass through security so my next fear was losing the Swiss knives because usually I would ...
... from tomorrow to check out the layout in advance. That evening we went to Placa Rieal for dinner at El Quincze Nits, a Catalonian restaurant recommended by the hotel. We opted for a liter of sangria and a couple of starters plus dessert. We walked back via Las Ramblas, the main thoroughfare well known for pick pocketers and bag snatchers. We survived, intact- ...
... a bull (Saint Luke), a winged man (Saint Matthew), an eagle (Saint John), and a lion (Saint Mark). The central spire of Jesus Christ is to be surmounted by a giant cross; the spire's total height (170 metres (560 ft)) will be one metre less than that of Montjuïc hill in Barcelona as Gaudí believed that his creation should not surpass God's. The completion of the spires will make Sagrada Família the tallest church building in the world. The rumour is that it ...
Thursday Yesterday the boys had a two hour mosaic making lesson in the theme of Gaudi, in the old town. http://www.mosaiccos.com Louis made a Barça FC shield while Julian created a seahorse. They loved it. Lib spent this time shopping. Shopping here is quite amazing. No place we have been to has shops like it. They are everywhere. By mistake, or clever planning some would say, I had her credit card, so she was ...
... locals that didn't speak English, so that was interesting testing out my Spanish skills. I actually did ok. From the skatepark I went and just got lost in the city, found some cool markets and more awesome buildings. Once I got back to the hostel it was time to head off to the Flamenco Dance show. Quite average, then we went down to the main nightlife area got some dinner and went on a bit of a bar crawl with everyone. I really wish I had another week ...