Hotel Ciutat Martorell
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... Nou (the FC Barcelona stadium). We drove down part of Avinguda Diagonal (a street running west to east across the whole city) which is home to PwC Barcelona! After seeing the whole city at once, we all realized how happy we were to be in Barri Gótic. Very local with awesome restaurants and close to the beach. We really lucked out with location! Right around the corner from our apartment is Chulapio, bar a ...
... by Gaudi, and of course gorgeous shops. Our hotel was right on the main drag, La Rambla which runs from the harbour at the bottom to Catalunya Square, the city's central Placa, so we were well positioned to get around everywhere and mingle with the other three million tourists haha. Hotel Continental was quirky to say the least. Apparently George Orwell used to stay here. I could see that the rabbit warren of corridors and the beautiful ...
... Monserrat means serrated mountain. The structures were built in the 15th century. Monserrat built by Benedictine Monks. Structures built from stones from mountain. The hills of Monserrat used to be under water. Waters from rivers moved to Mediterranean Sea and tectonic plates moved forming mountains. Park Guell was built by a textile family heir who became Gaudi's patron. He saw a city garden in England and wanted one in Barcelona. He wanted to sell 60 plots of the land to ...
... a waiver form signed to confirm that we can drink alcohol on the ship (this only applies to European ports). We tried a 'flight' of martinis and I have to admit, they were gross. No one's fault but my taste buds. I'd rather have a glass or bottle of cider any day. The main restaurant was very well presented and the food was great. We were seated close to the captain's table with a good view of the chandelier and wine display. I had the amazing French onion soup for starters and ...
... the main drag to have a more authentic meal, so we walked for about 15 minutes to a nice place with outdoor seating. Apparently, Barcelona wants to break away from Spain and from its own country so a lot of the people refuse to speak Spanish. Instead they speak a similar language called Catalan. This really didn’t make much of a difference to me as I couldn’t speak either, but Lizzy had a bit more trouble deciphering the menu for us. Thankfully ...