Hotel Don Angel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
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... to walk to all desired parts of the city. We parked the car for the duration. At a nearby restaurant we had tapas and plates of anchovies, artichoke hearts, cod with honey, jamon, manchego cheese, potatoes, tomato spread toasts, and vino tinto di casa. Unfortunately Isabel had a bad reaction to something which put paid to Liv's enjoyment and we came home a little worried about peanuts in the food. Antihistamine perked her up by ...
... sitting on this entire trip. Then we ended up not leaving the hostel until dinner. But it was great! We just hung out with the staff and some other guests and talked. We also made a huge lounge area out of unused mattresses and watched a movie. It was a very relaxing and very fun day. When dinner rolled around, Cortney and I went out and found this fantastic restaurant. It was completely run by one woman who didn't speak any English. We ordered some sangria, tapas, and paella (we ...
... a pitch close to the beach and observed for a while as the skilled players passed with abundant passion, skill and freedom. It was most captivating and the small but engaged crowd watched intently.
I passed a carnival full of rides and other amusements but the place wasn't really jumping. But after passing a marina full of shiny new boats of every description, I caught the rhythmic sounds of a place that was jumping. I'd stumbled upon a festival focussing on things ...
Barcelona, I must come clean. We have met before. But you won't remember me. I underestimated you, I apologise. It was 1996. It was a contiki tour. I was young, Australian , and hence drunk. We had arrived in Barcelona done a tour of the Olympic stadium (most unexciting). Then set up camp. It must have been a big night as the next day a few of us couldn't bear to hop on the bus to see the city and opted for pool ...
... Christian worship when Christ had died only 200 years ago. Heck, even the Bible had just been compiled (around 200 AD). This church, and the remnants of the altar that I saw, were from a time when the Church was still an infant. And today, the Church has many different churches just within the Gothic quarter alone! After seeing the ruins, I walked through an exhibit dedicated to Barcelona's growth in the middle ages. There were some neat artifacts from the ...