Hotel Estela Barcelona - Hotel del Arte
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- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... strolls. We started from Joan Miro foundation at the upper part of the park, showcasing the legacy of another great Spanish modern painter - Joan Miro. This is an elegant example of modern architecture harmoniously integrated with its beautiful setting.
From here we strolled along the garden paths of the park, arriving at the MNAC (National Art Museum of Catalonia), a giant palatial ...
... Odetta and I just sat having hot whiskeys and watching everyone make fools of themselves!!! We rank and drank and when we left we didn’t realize how much wed had, we set off to find Sinisa his paella. He had asked along the way home and people told him where to go we were looking for the place and when we finally found it Dave had a bit of a fit as he didn’t want to eat there Sinisa was ****** because ...
... with Almond Tempura! Full up and happy we marched on to 'Cosmo' the meeting point for the crawl. Unfortunately the crawl was empty. There were like 2/3 people there and apparently the drinks on offer were poor. Maybe it's cos it was a Sunday. A bit dissapointed we went back to the beach as we heard there were some clubs there. There wasn't really so we had chocolate on the sand. Still a nice night. On our way back we did arrive at what looked like ...
... wonderful and had an amazing pipe organ.
Back on the bus we went by the marina and the Olympic Village when Barcelona hosted the 1992 Summer Olympics. This is now a residential area and once was an industrial area, before the Olympics.
Onwards to Montjuic (Jewish Mountain). This is a major green area in a city of very few parks. You can drive there, or take a funicular or a cable car. We ...