Hotel Estela Barcelona - Hotel del Arte
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... As the saint approached the church; the drummers began to drum, a human pyramid was formed to the left of us, the lights suddenly went out and all the devils lit their fireworks shooting up into the night. the bells were ringing and fireworks filled the sky; the crescendo reached, the crowd broke into massive cheers. It was an emotional moment and our descriptions really can't do the event justice. Truly the hair stood up on the back of your neck. What an amazing ...
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We didn't even make it a block down the street and a small sign on a door caught my eye. The restaurant was called Rosal34; we struck gold. This was a Michelin rated restaurant in the middle of nowhere tucked away in Barcelona. We went in with the intention to get a few tapas and a glass of wine and continue wandering. After a few minutes of not know what anything on the menu meant, we decided to go with the 8 course tasting menu. Every course ...
The Ofelias Hotel, where we are staying, is in a great spot and is only 20 minutes walk from Place de la Catalunya, the heart of the city. It is in such a good position that we have a huge shopping centre across the road from the hotel - called Las Arenas Barcelona Shopping Centre - which used to be a real bullfighting arena. Now the only fighting that goes on in there is AJG trying to keep the Officer-in-Charge out of there. We spent some time wandering around there after we ...
... the night, so we didn’t have to worry about meeting up with them and could make our way down to the main part of downtown. We walked down the main drag which was covered with tourist traps and more things for sale than I can remember until we ended up at the dock. We sat down and watched the cruise ship swallow up semi after semi after semi as we had a nice break from walking. We took the metro back home and by 1240, I was checked into my flight and ready for ...
... crazy to say the least. Some of the highlights of Barcelona for me were the Magic Fountain, Parc Guell and Sangrada Familia. The Sangrada Familia was spectacular. Since it is still under construction, we were able to learn about the stages of building and the timeline (it is expected to be complete in 2040). The entire church is dedicated to the Holy family. There is one side that depicts Christmas and ...