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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... after we deboarded the plane we followed the signs for public buses. We were unable to find the bus Google had instructed, and the handful of airport employees we asked for assistance had no clue what bus we were asking about. We instead took a bus called the Aerobus that takes you from the airport and drops you at a handful of locations downtown. This worked perfectly for us as we were able to switch from the Aerobus to the subway and then walk the rest of the way to our destination. ...
... second time is the left place time) Some of the differences I noticed in Barcelona were:
People drive on the right hand sideThere are walking streets and driving streetsThere are a lot more smokersFootball is very popular (heaps of people wear Barcelona football top/ scarf etc. and I saw Barcelona football tops for sale in a Bakery
32 days to go :-)
... we have a special room and he wants to
escort us to the room. OK…sure….whatever….Tu rns out he was the head Concierge.
OK….the room. Are you ready for this? We got the Penthouse Dome Suite. YES!!!
Damn. We’re only here for one
night! A two story suite under one
roof. Spectacular view. Sumptuous furnishings – there’s a couch for
goodness sake!! Bang ...
My second favourite Gaudi Building – which we visited on our last full day in Barcelona – and was called the Casa BatllÚ – and was a house, but not for the Guell's. I really liked this house, because, instead of just having an audio guide to show you around and fill you in on information… It also had a visual guide. Which was like a Samsung smartphone, but it had been modified so that the home screen was a bunch of ...
... the Sagrada Família, which has been under construction since 1882, and is still financed by private donations. As of 2007, completion is planned for 2026. Barcelona was also home to Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion. Designed in 1929 for the International Exposition for Germany, it is an iconic building that came to symbolize modern architecture as the embodiment of van der Rohe's aphorisms "less is more" and "God is in the details." The Barcelona pavilion was intended as ...