DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel & Conference Center La Mola
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hang from their balconies. The Catalan flag, La Senyera, (yellow background with 4 red stripes) is the most common one seen in the city. It means that the person is a Catalan and supports Catalan independence. Then, there is the same flag with a blue triangle and star, the L’Estelada. This represents the desire to become an independent nation and then revolt against Spain to take back the territory that was stolen from them. I have been ...
... and shrubs, then a concrete village of houses would appear out of nowhere!! The train was fast!! We got up to 300kms per hour!! Arrived in Madrid and it was dark, jumped in a cab to the hotel, which was just 5 mins down the road and what a beautiful hotel, the Westin Palace Madrid. Beautiful old building, built in 1911. To tired for anything we had some dinner and settled into bed. Oh, weather in Spain is similar to home, was 22 ...
... our way to the train station. Carrying our bags on our bags for the 2nd time we make it to the right train with 11 minutes to spare. Unlucky for us, a gentlemen in a suit then started talking to us about th English language and pretty much bagging Australian's and our slang. The train came and we thought is was our getaway, however he followed us on and continued to a make an absolute dick out of himself. After one comment in particular, we all lost it, Claire calling him ...
Just to show there was no hard feelings about my expensive lunch yesterday (caveat emptor eh.), I decided to go and have another look around the streets on either side of Las Ramblas. I hardly saw anything of the different areas that line this main street of Barcelona yesterday so it was fascinating to discover another side of Barcelona, especially around the university. That is where I got off the bus I had taken into town ...
... to Plaza de la Catalunya, which is essentially the city centre of Barcelona. Our check in was an hour or so from our arrival time so we killed some time in one of the nearby eateries- tapas, namely Padron peppers, Gallican octopus; and lightly seared beef was on the menu. After lunch, we checked into our accomodation- a private room in a four room apartment, booked via Airbnb (although there was a slight miscommunication which meant we lost an hour waiting ...