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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... funny looks. When we got back to our flat, we quickly changed into nicer clothes and took a cab to our restaurant. But, when we arrived, there was some problem and we had to wait an extra half hour. Luckily the restaurant was on the beach, so we just waited there. However, when we got back to the restaurant, we still couldn't eat, so we went to the shop next door and ate there. We walked back, and when we reached the flat, everyone was out. -Melina ...
... her sixties, so I'm ready to lose it at that point. I mean what do you say to that?
Our second laugh for the afternoon came from the chaperone for our group that we think was a Princess crew member. Anyway this guy gets on the bus wearing jeans that look like we drug him across the Atlantic, a tooth missing, and both sides of his head shaved. Our guide was worried about all of us being dressed appropriately to go ...
Today, we toured the absolutely magnificent Sagrada Familia church designed by Gaudi that is still under construction and will be for the next two decades.
Antoni Gaudi was the driving force behind this architectural wonder until his untimely death via a collision with a tram on June 7, 1926. Gaudi was a very deeply religious ...
... I was trying to pay with
out-of-date foreign bills from Belgium and Czechoslovakia, which a close friend
had given me from her past travels for luck, and which looked like Euros to me
without my glasses. Silly Middle-aged American
In the middle of all this adjustment I took the Metro to a fabulous location near Park Guell for my brunch with Eatwith. The host was Agata, and fortunately the other guests didn’t ...
It was time to leave the cold weather of Switzerland and finally head to something we recognized. Our Arizona blood was not up for this cold weather any longer. We packed our bags and grabbed a taxi to the boarder where we were going to take the public transit the rest of the way. Good thing we went with this option since a cab ride was 9 euro...for a mile. We jumped on the metro, which we were finding was the ...