Hotel Guillermo Tell
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... doctor, gave me his galaxy phone to allow me to watch Game of Thrones for the first time. Wow that was cool. V friendly siblings, blood curdling beheadings, nudity and dragons. It is quite funny to watch. Lots of sarcasm. We stopped at Arles. A very old french town. Famous for wild white horses. Van Gogh lived there for some time. In the middle of the town is a ...
... the Bocqueria Market, a famous market with an abundance of meats, cheeses, juices, and fresh fruit, all relatively cheap too. I wander around a bit checking out the variety before heading back out and making my way through Las Ramblas, up through Passieg de Gracia and to my hotel, about 20 min from the Market. Not a bad location at all.
At this point, it is around 4:30, and I have a ticket to the Barcelona match at the Camp ...
... we have a special room and he wants to
escort us to the room. OK…sure….whatever….Tu rns out he was the head Concierge.
OK….the room. Are you ready for this? We got the Penthouse Dome Suite. YES!!!
Damn. We’re only here for one
night! A two story suite under one
roof. Spectacular view. Sumptuous furnishings – there’s a couch for
goodness sake!! Bang ...
... the 15th, but for July the 15th . I spent an hour trying to email the site to change the booking, but of course I couldn't get through. So what I did was book it again for this Sunday and I'll try to get in touch with them later for a refund. I could have not noticed the mistake which would have caused a few problems at the airport, so I figure I got lucky.
Had to go out to have lunch so I took the #55 bus into the city so I could find out where to pick ...
... Sagrada Familia, we made our way to Sant Antoni, a burrough just west of the city centre. We were directed to this neighbourhood by our host, who had recommended a good local eatery. Unfortunately, as luck would have it, it was closed. The neighbourhood had a rougher feel to it, lacking the large tourist crowd of central Barcelona. Out of our comfort zone, we wandered down the street and decided to give a quaint cafe a go. It's name was Bar Mane.