Hotel Denit Barcelona
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... a change.
Back on the bus for the orange route, we went through the port area and up the Montjuic Hill. This area was the site of the 1992 Olympics and used to host Grand Prix races in the 1950’s and 60’s. We hopped off and took the funicular (cable car) to the top of the mountain. We visited the Montjuic Castle which is an old military fortress built around 1640. This castle ...
... How much more stereotypical can you get!! I laughed my head off!
We got into the club after about 5 minutes. There were two rooms. One was Terrace, and one was Matinee. Matinee was the gay/transgender Gold party, and Terrace was the standard house party with a Hulk Hogan look alike DJ and Paris Hilton. There was easily at least 2000 people in the club. It was absolutely huge. It was ballistic. Scott kept drinking but Adam and I ...
... the English to be good, so were a little bit reserved as we went in. But, in what is quickly becoming a pattern here, we shouldn't have worried because again everybody in there was just so friendly! Could say it's not very Spainful. Or even Spainless. Our plan today was to get out and do some 'token touring', in that we'd go out and see something to make us feel we were taking some sights in so we weren't wasting a trip to Barcelona, then once our conscious was satisfied, ...
... place for lunch, Juan recommended a fish restaurant close to the area, called "La Paradeta". So I marched off down the long Princessa Boulevard (I think that is what it was called) lined with Palm Trees and about half way down from the Arc de Triumf, I turned right and then left towards the former El Born Market, which is now an archeological exhibit that I did not take the time to learn anything about.
Right behind the market is La ...
... with locals, had a pond where you could rent rowboats, and the most impressive fountain I have ever seen. Then I walked north to see the Arc de Triumf. I saw the main bullfighting ring and eventually ended up at La Segrade Familia. This thing is unbelievable. But I still think that it shouldn't have taken 100 years to build it. I didn't pay to go inside, but I'll do that next time I go when it's done in 2026. Then it was back to the hostel and at night I ...