Hotel Cal Batlle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... This really is amazing when walk up to it you realise how different it is to anything we've seen before, it's more like a work of art as much as a cathedral. Started in 1886 and still under construction even today it was designed by Antonio Gaudi and represents his life's work. Everything here represents or depicts something, we saw two of the outside facades, one with many sculptures showing the nativity & the other, the ...
... back to the hotel's rooftop pool and bar for an afternoon relaxing! Today's destination for such touring was Mont Blanc, which was just a short walk from our hotel. From the rooftop bar it looked worth a visit (it must've been something because that rooftop bar was hard to leave), with a temple looking thing, gondola ride, and a big tower all visible and calling to be explored. Plus I reckoned that on the other side of that hill we'd get a fairly good glimpse of ...
... but there wasn't one available when we bought our tickets.
Outside we went to a little nearby park and bought me a gelato cone.
Then we took a cab to Park Guell. We got there earlier than our time so they didn't let us in. There is a nice little restaurant just outside the ticket office - casual and inexpensive for tapas or meals. We both got the fish fry. They do have a grace period of a half hour in case you are late. This place is a bit confusing so ask a lot ...
... our tour guide, dressed in thongs, is a lad in his mid 20's from Adelaide. For 4 hours and over 12km, he took 12 of us through the streets to show us the sights. It was brilliant. I think our boys surprised Jordan, with their ability to keep up and their skills on the bike. Some road riding too which was good fun. Yes Julian was up the front, all of the time!! Some highlights included: Julian- I enjoyed riding by ...
... designated a Unesco World Heritage site.
Hotel España originally opened its doors in 1859 under the name Fonda de España, and was later renovated by the celebrated modernist architect Lluis Domènech i Montaner in the early twentieth century with the collaboration of Eusebi Arnau and Ramón Casas. The work was
deservedly recognised by Barcelona City Council when, in 1904, it awarded the hotel with its Diploma of ...