Hotel Comercio Barcelona
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... for my weekend earmarked activities, so I will likely pick up what I am referring to as a carnet (that's what they are called in Paris and I don't know the Spanish term yet) of 10 tickets for 1/2 the price each of a single ticket as well as a map of the metro system. I have been walking everywhere so far, so this will be certainly a new experience but I hear Barcelona has one of the world's best metro systems. Wonder if it compares to Paris, which is, so far, ...
... others. Too bad we didn’t have the camera with us all the time.
ELVIS the PELVIS & Nelly the Belle A “ hunk a, hunk a man.”
The showbiz-man, Jimmy-Joe, is having a blast with Katy Perry.
Making friends. Bertha and Wilma are from Canada. They are originally from Germany. Lots of ...
... s going to be finished because the designers are trying to figure out exactly what Gaudi would have wanted. After the tour we went to Park Guell, another famous attraction of Barcelona. The park gives a panoramic view of the city and is covered in mosaics. After the long day, we went back to the hostel to get some food and drinks and hang out with more interesting people staying at the hostel. The next day we got up and headed to the airport for our next stop, ...
... 500 and gave us all a scare).
This place is nothing like we had ever expected, but it is
still fun to be tourists in a totally different world, and to experience such a
drastic cultural shock. John loves cross cultural and linguistic challenges
while I and Tom are very stressed by it all! :o) The kids are tired and miss
their life in Israel, so there is not much joy (YET!), but we’re on the move!
... the rose windows. This continued in-construction church truly is a masterpiece of architecture and spiritual atmosphere. After Sagrada Familia, we went to a patio restaurant at the beach, called Can Majo. In there we ate delicious shrimps for appetizer, and the most exquisite seafood paella! Then we went to the Palau de Musica Catalá. A private concert hall created and maintained by the Orfeo chorus group, a Catala chorus with a lot of of ...