Hotel Ciutat Martorell
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Left our apartment and headed to train station where caught a train to La Rambla, which seems to be the hub of the city. Our buses were waiting....about 10 of then. Bought a 2 day pass which takes us on 3 loops around the city. It is a Hop-on-hop-off bus, so if you see something you want to explore in detail, you hop off and hop back on when you have seen enough. It is a ...
... strawberry kabobs. It was a good choice. Further down the street we returned to the fancy tent venders I had perused yesterday and I bought myself some souvenirs. Already having a night to think about it, I was quite efficient and we got on the subway in plenty of time for our appointment at the segrada. La segrada, is my new favorite church/building, and Gaudi my new favorite architect, sorry Frank Lloyd Wright. With his geometrically curved walls, creation of symmetry ...
... French and Spanish. We also learnt about the strange Christmas custom that Catalonians have. Instead of Santa clause, they have the Tio de Nadal who is a Christmas poo basically. His form is found in most Catalonian homes during December. Each night, children give Tio a bite to eat (cookies and milk usually) and he gets fatter and fatter, then on Christmas Day the children whack him with a stick until he "poops", a sheet is taken off to reveal a mountain of presents. ...
... looking for 'Kabul' and couldn't find it but was approached by tons more beer bangers and drug dealers. They congregate in the square at night, such a countenance to the daytime tourism. But, yet again, one of them successfully directed me to my hostel, pointing to a giant sign behind me I had missed walking in. There, at last, I had found my home. Or so I thought at the time. They only take cash for reservations. No where on the website does it say that. In fact, I registered ...
... can't believe that I was not only able to go to a beach at the end of September, but also go swimming.
On our last day in Barcelona we took a tour of the famous Freixnet winery. They are known for their Cava, which is a sparkling wine. We also stopped on our way home at Montserrat which is an active monastery. We didn't do a tour our anything, just walked around to see the amazing views. ...