Campanile Barcelona Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... glorious and giant La Sagrada Familia behind us. We took in the site of the large church and then went in search for something to eat. After being disappointed that the highest rated restaurant in Barcelona, En Diagonal Bar, was closed due to the holiday, we walked a bit closer to the church to eat. We dined on a cheese and meat plate followed by a range of tapas for the table. La Sagrada Familia is the most visited tourist spot in Spain, ...
The flight delay did not disappoint. We arrived in Barcelona a little after 2 am. Fortunately the bags were off quickly, and we were able to find a minivan cab to take us to the hotel, rather than 2 regular cabs as we'd originally planned.
While I was paying the cab fare, Kristi and the others were checking in. The credit card was taking a while to go through, and I was antsy to get in there, because we were staying in a Marriott ...
We tried to find a campsite that was open near Barcelona but no luck. So we decided to book a hotel with a car park on the outskirts of town. We found one and headed off. The roads were crazy and TomTom took us right through the centre of Barcelona. When we got to the hotel the car park was under ground and yes you guessed it we wouldn't fit. Not ...
... have to ask Bridget who still has my finger marks imprinted on her arm. It didn't help with her telling me about the loss of a plane this morning either. We had simply stunning views of snow capped mountains. A first for me. They magically appeared to be covered with whisks of meringue. Flying closer to land, we glimpsed little snow-covered villages; the stuff of fairy tales in picture books. We found on our approach to landing ...
... and some ibuprofen in me, because I wasn't going to let this slow me down. I think it is important to note that I have done very little research prior to my stays in each place. So with Spain, it was the same. The best way I like to decide what to do is to get out, walk around and explore what is around me. So after getting pumped with meds I set out on foot.
The first neighborhood I explored was where my flat is, El Gotico or ...