Gran Hotel Rey Don Jaime
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGran Hotel Rey Don Jaime Castelldefels
The best thing about my stay and the most memorable was the friendly staff and waiters, its as if they made me feel at home just with the different accent ofcourse!
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... construction in 1882 and has yet to be completed. Most of the interior is completed and only 8 out of 18 spires are visible on the exterior. The interior resembles a forest with colourful lights streaming from the stained glass windows. You really feel over whelmed at the site of what Gaudi created with his vision and creativity. We had our first gourmet meal this evening. We ...
... in the Eixample district. It is right near la Rambla. (The Gothic Quarter is only a ten minute walk.) Its sister hotel is right next door, Hotel Pulitzer Barcelona. This hotel seems more upscale but we liked The Regina. Jose works in both hotels.
Before we left we went down to the front desk and I asked Jose Gavira if he thought the private tours I found on the internet were too expensive. He thought they were too much. He did not know of any private tours but he called ...
... couldn't help us so we are currently washing our clothes in the sink and praying that the dryer works. I can't remember the last time I wore underwear, but I'm starting to think I should just scrap the whole notion of undergarments and forget about laundry at all. FIGHT THE MAN! Bad news. I think I jinxed us when I said we were praying that the dryer works. Karliana and I completed washing our clothes in the sink (with shampoo) like the pioneer women that we are and put ...
... the canal that pulled handles that said wake boarder could grab the handle and go around as if they were on the back of a boat. There were several obstacles in the park that the wake boarders could use for tricks. There were several of them all in a line completing trick after trick. Meanwhile on the other half of the canal, there were people rowing and kayaking around. What I thought would be an un-used body ...
... in). The apartment was huge and had panoramic views of Barcelona and its northern hills.
We promptly left our luggage and set out to make the most of whatever time we had left for the day. No trip to Barcelona would be complete without a stroll down Las Ramblas hence we decided that this would be a good place to start. Las Ramblas was once an old sewerage line (as per Lonely Planet guide) but today it's a tourist trap, a large boulevard flanked by ...