Hotel Guillermo Tell
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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On the evening of March 2, 2015 we flew to BARCELONA! This is a place we've wanted to visit for so long and we were so excited to see everything and see our friends who were studying abroad there. When we got there it was about 9 pm and Mike met us at the bus stop to take us to our hostel! It was AWFUL. Barcelona is a lot warmer than Florence! So we were all dragging our massive suitcases through the streets of Barcelona to the metro station. Taking the metro ...
... come out near the marina which is preparing for the Barcelona Boat Show which will be held next week. We ended up at the beach and stuck our hand into the Mediterranean Sea. The sand was rather gritty and the water seemed to get deep quickly. It was rather hot so we chanced a taxi back to the hotel. We checked out the hotel pool but it is on the roof with no cover and we would burn to a crisp. It is now siesta time and the shops ...
... this place? We were greeted with an assortment of unique sweets from their restaurant Sauc (which is AWESOME). Did I mention the balcony? yeah, there's a HUGE balcony! I want to live here....think they'd let me??
So we gotta eat. Haven’t had lunch and we really didn’t have
dinner last night and we’re REALLY hungry!
So….out for a walk, and over to a Tapas place we went to in 2011 ...
... to head back. Called a cab, got to the airport and i managed to get some lovely pics of the Barcelona coastline as well as Paris as we got back in. Our flight out had been from Orly, but our flight back in was to Charles de Gaulle. Orly is south of Paris and Charles De Gaulle is north. So as you come in from south you fly over the length of Paris and I made a game out of monument spotting.
A wonderful weekend, a wish fulfilled, memories to treasure.
... was busy on his phone and I noticed he was mid Candy Crush game.
I apologised, as I could see he was in the zone and struggling.
We exchanged tortured Candy Crusher nods of understanding.
"It's a bad one... what level are you on?"
"Oh, I yam goin' to geev e tup. Ees bat."
"Yeah, it's tragic."
We both knew he wouldn't.
Another oddity is the need for a gin and tonic on a flight. It is not a drink I have very often, but it is strangely top of the list on ...