Catalonia Mikado Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... wrong direction for quite some time. People say trust your gut, so I do and my gut is wrong. Then the next time I go to trust my gut I tell myself it will be wrong so I go the other direction and it turns out it was right. Oh well, I am my own worst enemy when it comes to directions. I've contented myself with not getting frustrated and just remaining calm. Getting lost is just an opportunity to explore another part of town. But enough about ...
... down toward the Gothic district to find a recommended jewelry store. No luck at the store, so we look for jamon y vino to avoid getting sad. Same bad queuing behavior at the same place we tried yesterday, so we land in a tiny bar, and pay about 6 euros for an enormous plate of the best jamon so far. And vino, of course. Barcelona is a big city. I mean really big. I had thought it was smaller town-sized city, so I am caught off guard by the full urban-ness of ...
... Typically Video Girl went to the deep end and did a swan dive from the three metre springboard face first into a sea of cakes. Hopeful she will surface soon so Battery Boy can arrange lunch.
Considering the size of this small village they thought they may struggle to find any food and they may have to rely on their outdoor skills to survive. They wandered down the laneways searching for food but could not find anything to eat, instead there were ...
... 2 desserts and shots. The food kept coming and we were nervous to see the bill, but it turned out that it really was only 10 euro! Our hostel offered free sangria and tapas from 6-8pm so we took full advantage of that. Later on that evening we went to a flamenco show, which is the girls in the red dresses and guys in the suits dancing and tapping to Spanish music. A quick gelato stop on the way back to the hostel was necessary. The next morning we were up and out ...
... A work of Lluís Domčnech i Montaner, the structure sits at number 35 on Passeig de Gracia.
Casa Calvet is a building, designed by Antoni Gaudí for a textile manufacturer which served as both a commercial property and a residence. It is located at Carrer de Casp 48, Eixample district. There is a nice restaurant there as well and we went there for lunch.
Casa Amatller is a building in the Modernisme ...