Hotel Guillermo Tell
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... which are made of eggs, potatoes, onions, and sometimes cheese. We had a normal one, a tomato-mozeralla one, and a bacon one. Along with the Spanish tortillas, we had teriyaki wings, greek salad, bread with a tomato-garlic spread, and patatas with Bravas sauce, which was similar to a spicy mayo. Each plate was the size of a tea plate, and we each had a little bit of everything. Some of us ordered brownies or cheesecake for dessert too. After dinner, we ...
Today we do the Blue and Green loops!
highs: 27 degrees, friendly people and cold beer
less highs: steps!
On and off the bus today with our first major stop being Parc Guell. This was designed by Gaudi and built over many years - 1900 to 1914. The most famous and highly recognised features are the large mosaic salamander at the entrance and the wavy walls and mosaic seating areas at the ...
... felt so good, or maybe it was being at a beach in Barcelona that felt so good. Knowing I made it to the last country on my list before I go home. We celebrated Fourth of July by doing what we said we would do and shotgunned Budweiser at noon. I don't think there is a better way to start the Fourth. After such a long night we all really needed that time at the beach to relax, drink a few beers and eat salt and vinegar chips. The water was so ...
... beautiful cathedral and it was honestly just one of the most down to earth, breathtaking, reflective experiences I have ever had.
After a quick bite to eat at an outdoor cafe, we headed to the open air market. This place was so unique and awesome. Each stall sold a different thing - jewelry, clothing, purses, you name it. Most of the stuff was made out of recycled material - CD's, plastic, bottle caps - so ...
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We didn't even make it a block down the street and a small sign on a door caught my eye. The restaurant was called Rosal34; we struck gold. This was a Michelin rated restaurant in the middle of nowhere tucked away in Barcelona. We went in with the intention to get a few tapas and a glass of wine and continue wandering. After a few minutes of not know what anything on the menu meant, we decided to go with the 8 course tasting menu. Every course ...