Holiday Inn Express Molins De Rei
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Travel Blogs from Molins de Rei
... Tisha shared the most beautiful walk with us. Strolling alongside the railway, flanked by romantic gothic houses, we turned left at the old brickworks and headed into a cool wood. The sandy path tilted up and round and opened up onto an Alpine plateau. The sun sparkled and delicate almond blossom shivered from the trees. It was touched with magic. Spring lambs and 2dimensional goats grazed and we recounted our shared memories of Seale and Waverley Abby ...
... s) to make sure we weren't blocking a bike - or about to get hit 2. Very difficult to find cold beer/drinks - It's hot - like 30 degrees every day - and I'm vacation. Nothing would be better than an ice cold beer. Problem is all the drinks here are room temperature... and this applies to beer, water, pop. We tried everything - reaching for the drinks in the back in case they'd been refrigerated longer, going to another store, etc - ...
... hundred metres to our destination.
Joan and I had printed our boarding passes in the computer lab the previous day but there were long lineups at KLM to check in. Joan was to travel wheelchair assist but due to to communication difficulties she didn't get the wheelchair. Instead she had to use her walker for the very long trek to the departure gate. Not good.
Our flight from Barcelona to Amsterdam ...
... s pieces and getting to know him more in depth- highly recommend. I strolled La Rambla, gawking at all the street performers and stalls with enticing jewelry.
I paid a long awaited visit to Barcelona's Dali Museum. Fell in love, again, over and over. He does it for me... This was a much smaller Dali museum compared to the large one in Figueres an hour away. It contained Dali's colorful and somewhat vulgar ...
... from the British guys behind us was the best.Basically stayed at the hostel that night.
Went on a hike to Montjuic led by another guy from the hostel. It was probably the funniest tour I've been on and it started with going in to buy beer. The view was absolutely gorgeous from the top and well worth the hike. The rest of the day was spent wandering the Gothic quarter, where we also somehow managed to see one of the very few people we knew in the city.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking