Hotel Guillermo Tell
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... static of the tape.
“Make her stop!”
The entire trip was made worthwhile if only for the fact that I was able to bear witness to indisputable evidence that my mom was indeed a petulant teenager at one point, however much she may try to deny the truth.
I returned from Sitges re-armed with stories of my family from our Spaniard friend’s fresh and unfiltered perspective to reunite with Kate and Weston. With ...
... after soccer tomorrow. It involved taking the Metro to the train station, l'España, and catching a train to the town of Montserrat about an hour away. From there you can take either a cable car or a cog rail train high up the mountain where there is very old monastery. I opted to take the latter. The 20 min. ride offered great views of the valley below and the massive rock formations in the mountain above. Once at the end of the climb you ...
... a late dinner before wandering back to the bikes. It is after midnight when we head for home, but bars and restaurants are still full everywhere. We go through the gates into the park, but our gamble has not paid off and when we reach the gates the other side, they are locked. These gates and the spiked steel park fence are over 8ft tall. It is starting to look like we might have to spend the night here. We cycle on to the next set of gates: locked. As we retrace ...
... kind. Each side represents an era in the life of Jesus. I have his death scene pictured. The most interesting part about La Saggrata Familia is that it is not yet finished, and when it is it will be twice as high as it is now. The coast was beautiful. It is an artificial beach made up of Saharan sand and Hawaiin Palm trees, built for the 1992 Olympics. At the conclusion of the tour, I knew without a doubt that I was in love with Barcelona. It may have something ...
... tourists (easily identified by their sunburns) alike enjoying the weather. Our last Spanish meal was paella eaten in a lovely square in the Barri Gotic; people strolling by, street performers and shoppers all providing our dinner entertainment. A little more shopping (ask Jeff to show you his cool, new bag) and we were done. It was a wonderful and peaceful way to end our stay in Barcelona. So now it all comes to an end and the work begins...getting everything into our ...