Campanile Barcelona Hotel
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We love Barcelona...it is a city of high energy. We got here last night, threw the bags in the room and headed off for dinner. We had not ate since breakfast and it was fast approaching 6:00. However, the Spanish like late dinners so they don't really have restaurants that open until 8:00. We decided tapas would sustain us. We went to a tapas bar, the Cellar of Tapas and it was excellent. Small plates of things: tuna and tomatoes, jamon (ham), potatoes, fried ...
... mode of transport within 75mins for free but once you exit the metro station, you cannot return for free. Change of lines within the metro system does not require an exit. Most tourist would buy a T-10 card that's allows 10 trips for 10.30€ in Zone A. We stay a little out of the city and still in Zone A so I believe Zone A would covers a big area of the city center. You may share a card, there is no need to have a card per person. You can use ...
... best burgers I have ever had. After lunch, with a little time to kill before our train left, we wandered around the neighbourhood, el Barri Gotic, for a little bit. Being the oldest area of Barcelona, it had amazing architecture. For example, we went to the post office to mail a couple of postcards and I was floored by the stature of the building. Even the nearby train station was beautifully built. On to a 5 hour train ride to our next stop... Valencia!
With much of Barcelona left to cover the last two days ha move been spent predominantly drinking juice and walking Ks. With Barcelonas unique size and beauty we savoured every twist and turn taken over the last two days. From walking along the beach and dipping our toes into the Atlantic , to hiking up Mont Juic to exquisite lookouts , to truly see and understand ...
... but I do see them and JW introduces me to Wesley and that's where I get giddy!! Heeheee... We walk up this long Boulevard which is a long row of simple fountains leading up to this incredible Huge Fountain (Font Magic) And it's colorfully lit up with music, the people are cheering and it's just spectacular...very similar to Bellagio in Vegas. Expect, it nestled with a host of historical buildings, including the Museu National d'Art de Catalina/Palau ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking