Hotel Ciutat Martorell
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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Hi Mom! Survived the first day in Barcelona. Flight was by far the loudest flight I've ever been on. All the people were talking to each other and drinking, seemingly totally unaware that we were flying. I guess the pub atmosphere doesn't just apply while you're on the ground here, but in the air as well. A good flight over all though. We got to our hostel no problem. It is a very upbeat place with ...
... metro back to the hotel where we saw another early arrival on the boat trip, a man called David and listen to his experiences from the last cruise he did. We finally retired to bed, bit muscle sore from all the walking , but loving this city. Tomorrow the rest of the group arrive and we will do their organised tour of Barcelona . Expect we will have done most of it but will be an easy relaxing day where we don't have to think about where we are going or how to get ...
... from every country that I have been to and for this reason I decided to get the La Senyera flag instead of the flag of Spain. I actually don’t feel like I went to Spain, I went to Catalonia.
One other interesting thing about the Catalan culture is that they love to make human towers called castells. Each year there is a competition to see who can build the highest human tower. The tower is completed by a small child (around age 7) ...
... An example of how efficient and customer focused they are: Lindy left a bag behind on the dock and she asked the concierge at our hotel to phone & see if they had found it. Before he could pick up the phone, they rang to say they had it! Unbelievable. Our hotel is stunning. Very boutique and right in the middle of the action. We spent the day doing two routes of the Hop On Hop Off bus all over ...
... some Vicky Christina Barcelona. At around 4pm we walked to the big Barcelona food markets on La Rambla, which was a considerable, rainy and fairly sketchy walk through the town. The markets were bustling and reminded me a little of indoor markets in the city at home. Most places sold meat, cheese or fruit with about 30 places to get fresh fruit juice. The prices got cheaper the further in you went so we got some €1 juices at the back of the hall, a strawberry kiwi ...