Hotel Los Globos
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... noise and the tell tale smoke at the end of our street. The massive figurines had just passed, now we were with the daemons. Jeff being the Pyro he is was right in there. Sue still not quite sure about this; we wandered back to the small square where several streets met just in time to see the giants, but One of us was drawn back into the craziness of the fireworks. Prepared as the locals were, with an old t-shirt, hat and sunglasses and itching to experience all that is ...
Take a train on the outer city network (1hr) to Montserrat. This is a spectacular landscape and would have been a perfectly peaceful retreat for the Benedictine Monks, who built a beautiful monastery and basilica here, until (other than the 18th century Napoleonic invasion) the rise of the tourism empire. Despite the belief by some locals that it has probably been turned into a circus by the commercial aspect, there ...
... we had turkey dinner ready, complete with cranberry sauce, which we managed to get the last can at the specialty shop.
We toured more of Barcelona with the Cho’s and even went to Sagrada Familia and Park Guell again as you can never get enough of Gaudi’s wonderful architecture! Sahra even convinced everyone to go horseback riding one day, which was brave of the Cho’s as they had never ridden horses before. Fortunately, everyone had ...
... We went back to the hostel and I had planned to join the hostel at a bar but they had already left when I got back.
My last day in Barcelona I walked and walked and walked. I first caught a metro to Gaudi's park and walked through here for a couple of hours. I walked to a hospital designed by one of Gaudi's students and then visited the Sagrada familia. From here I walked to a street that had two other buildings designed by Gaudi, one he once lived in and was now a ...
-Woke up late on the couches and we had slept through people coming past us and using kitchen and everything. -Lucas the hostel worker (legend) woke us up and showed us to the room that had just been cleared. -Met Michael, another Californian and walked to the beach with him. Barcelona beach is always so packed. Hard to find a spot. The Pakistani/Indians are always coming up trying o ...