Hotel Teatre Auditori
Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... on he the bus at around 5:30pm realising we needed to change buses for another one to take us back to our original stop. Almost two hours later we were dropped off at the monument to Columbus starving!! All we'd eaten all day was a banana, crisps and a muffin... We found a cafe on the way to our hotel where I had fungi fettuccini and my last glass of vino tinto... I tell you what, if I lived in Spain I'd drink every day; I love their wine! We sat outside in ...
Needless to say the ten hours never happened, as we had a few hands of cribbage late last night and it was way too late by the time we had finished.
What is great here though is that the flat has those heavy duty blinds on the outside, and when they are down, they are truly down, and not one chink of daylight gets through. This means that one can wake up in the morning and not have a clue what the time is.
3am looks and sounds the same as ...
... with some random girl and Scotty freezing in the rain beside them! we stopped at a market for snacks and beers and ran back to the apartment all of us soaked to the bone laughing singing and merry! Into the apartment and there is dave still sleeping 4 hours later! JUMP ON HIM! the nice response for cutting our day short to go see him was "why are you back so early" for you! "why" okkk..... get up lets have a drink lets enjoy ourselves! he ...
... to kick him out but he was passed out! I think he sorted it all out in the morning.
Our last day in Barcelona and we planned to see all the sights that are located close to the city. We started off in the markets which had lots of Jamon, meats, fruit, candy etc etc. Lots of tasty treats. We found it wasn’t really aimed at people wanting to walk along and taste bit and pieces though so it wasn’t as great as I thought it was going to be. Just ...
Wow what a city.
After our interesting experience on the ferry (managed to book one of 6 cabins on the entire thing that had a view of the lifeboats; but at least we had beds! Seated for 22 hours, ugh!), we arrived in Barcelona. Another place I need to come back to!
We had failed a bit here and only booked in for one full day, and in this city that isn't even close to enough. We spent our time well though. On the first night, after ditching our bags in our room ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility