Ciutat de Sant Adria Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Today I had a bacon and brie sandwich for breakfast and it was three kinds of amazing. We went on a bus tour which wasn't that exciting and then we got off at a modern art museum (surprisingly underwhelming). We had lunch and headed back to the bus for a while, then grabbed a taxi back home to get ready for the music festival, Primavera Sound.
I saw a lot of awesome bands including RIDE, Sleater-Kinney, Ex Hex, Belle ...
... A long thin bar with barely enough room behind the barstools for customers to walk, and two tiny open areas with about five tables at each end. It was an old German looking decor with the servers and bartenders wearing white button shirts with patches and flaps like a pilots shirt. There were huge steins all over the place and the bar and tables were a dark stained wood. We found a small table, well they were all small but most of the seats were at the bar, and ordered a beer (I got ...
... is a crispy, delightful onion flavor reminiscent of Frenched deep fried onions without the grease, and slimy aftertaste. Absolutely sublime. Each and every dish was a gastronomic work of art! The dinner was nicely paced, so we were not stuffed at the end.
OK…dessert…..there were three, but the most memorable was a chocolate dome concealing vanilla ice cream, the waiter poured hot ...
... impressive Sagrada Familia, which certainly broadened our spiritual horizons. Following the tour, we walked the La Ramblas, bought a few prints, and dined at the Senyor Parellada restaurant on 37 Argenteria St, a lunch consisting of a pear-infused salad and homemade country sausage with white beans. ...
... that will be decided by the central government, but that will need a favourable report from the council. The City Hall of Barcelona The Comissió de Govern (Government Commission) is the executive branch, formed by 24 councillors, led by the Mayor, with 5 lieutenant-mayors and 17 city councillors, each in charge of an area of government, and 5 non-elected councillors. The plenary, formed by the 41 city councillors, has advisory, planning, regulatory, and fiscal ...