Hotel Estela Barcelona - Hotel del Arte
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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So after an early start to our day and a flight that was delayed due to wether conditions between Granada and Barcelona, ( we soon found out why as flew through the storm) we finally made it to Sitges. As you can probably guess Sitges was not its usual sunny self. Yes we arrived to rain. Argh! So much for our relaxing beach day in Sitges. However being the troopers that we are we set off umbrellas in tow and made a brief tour of the town, taking note that all the windows ...
... it out for me hahahaha dam funny. We attracted a small crowd and I was feeling a little paiseh hahaha. Jiayi couldn't get the coin out for me with the chopsticks Jianlin found, but I managed to Giap the coin out hahahah. We were a little rushed on time, so we rushed back to Catalunya to get our lunch. We got KFC for lunch Cus we saw a poster at the metro station, promoting a 4€ meal with a drink, sundae ice cream, fries, burger and one chicken!! ...
Went on a great guided walking tour of the old Gothic area which is right near our hotel and had a quick visit to the Cathedral. A real one haha. Mass and confessions were in progress. In the afternoon we went on a spin on the hop on hop off bus. Hopped off at La Pedrera an apartment building designed by Gaudi for the burgeoning bourgeoisie of the 1920s. It featured an apartment furnished as it would have been then. Apparently some ...
It's truly amazing the number of languages these people speak. With countries sometimes closer together than driving across Wisconsin to Illinois, communication is at a heightened level we just simply do not grow up experiencing. Most of us that ever took a foreign language in school, (I’m not one of them!), fail to have the opportunities daily to use it and the old phrase, "If you don’t use it you lose it", comes ...
... Yes. Are there interesting things to do and see there? Yes.
Did it inspire me?
A few things I will say if you do decide to venture out to Barcelona (and honestly, you should... I would like to go back for a day or two of shopping before heading down south to Granada next time, I think):
1. Stay in the Gothic Quarter. That was my favourite bit. Narrow, stone streets with no apparent pattern to them at all, ...