Hotel Catalonia Castellnou
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... next day was a trip, using the funicular, to the parklands above Barcelona to visit the Fundació Joan Miró, (Miro Museum). This museum is purpose built, involving the artist himself, and has the largest and broadest collection of Miro art which adds enormously to an understanding of this well known Barcelona artist. The view over Barcelona from the roof sculpture garden is well worth the visit. And as if the 'Mercat de Mercat' wasn't ...
... prior to raising funds to continue construction even today with over 50 architects still involved in the project as was designed by Gaudi. We took a stroll along the beach, visited the Picasso Museum and rode the Ariel tram over Barcelona. On our second night we saw an authentic Flamingo show at a really quaint club and our final night had a paella dinner overlooking the marina. Our next adventure is a flight to Southern Spain to the city of ...
... but missed out on a number of places that were closed for siesta time. There were plenty of places open though, because we spent a couple of hours in the Barri. Highlights include: Happy Pills – a candy store that the kids adored, and Kristi is hoping to copy and open in Provo; the Barcelona cathedral; some great “perpetual motion clocks”; awesome leather goods; and the oldest store in Barcelona – a candle store. ...
... and staying connected with home. Yesterday, after an hour's worth of attempts, I failed to load pictures because of the poor internet connection. We witnessed the terrible experience of a young traveller seated beside me whose bag was stolen. There were signs in Starbucks saying professional bag thieves were often at work there. To think it happened right beside me and I was totally unaware of the unfolding events.
... runs from the center of the city down to the port. It has a large pedestrian mall down the center where all of the tourists gather and meander. There are beautiful flower stands, tourist stands, gelato and chocolate and much much more. It also runs along the Gothic Quarter so I headed home to get ready for a night out!
In my world you cannot come to Spain without seeing Flamenco. I attended a Flamenco show in the evening and it ...