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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After leaving Andorra and thinking that we had a good traffic run, we all of a sudden came to a grinding halt just our side of ...where we sat for the next 40min crawling along at a snails pace. Don't quite know what happened but could have been Easter traffic coming down from Andorra and the snow or an accident. Either way it added about an hour extra ...
... pics and also visited Gaudi's La Familia church which he started to build in 1882 but never got finished as he ran out of money and relied on charity to continue to build. Gaudi's got hit by a car and died at age 79 but he had plans to finish the church and those plans still being followed but only by charity so will probably never be finished. It depicts the Nativity Scene and has been added to over the years by other peoples interpretation of the plans he left. A really ...
... 8220;Quite common here.” That explained a lot, including my raised
hackles from the moment I stepped out of the taxi.
I thought back and even wondered if the taxi
driver thought I was asking for a ride to “work”. Good Grief. Now, for those of you who are
worried for my safety, I don’t believe I was in any immediate danger, and having
become street smart in Italy, I have the honed instincts needed ...
... in the fridge? Ohhhh we still have a little of that that drool worthy cheese left. Ha! Not for long. Wait what was I writing about? Oh yeah the moon. It was cool and big and yellow and made the ocean look like a giant cheese dip, all yellow. FIFA has consumed the nation, that was until Spain lost. We could tell Spain lost the deciding game because we only heard shouts of anger! No fireworks. No champagne bottles being popped. No battle cries of joy. Tear s ...
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 ...