- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... are here than what I'm accustomed to. I just kept taking random pics of whatever tickled my fancy. The pic of the Apple store on the popular street Carrer de Colón is a nod to my apple pals out there. The El Cortes Ingles mall was the one-stop shop I thought was missing from Spain. There's a supermarket on the basement level, stuff you can find at Target on the ground floor, clothes (high-end/low-end stuff) on the middle floors, and other services on ...
... card at the last camping ground. No more cheap camping. Luckily though, the girl at this campsite let us have it at the ACSI price. We didn't have much time after we arrived til the bus came. He hopped on and went to the arts and science centre. The buildings are just so interesting. Everything there is just so well designed. When we approached the building, we came across quite a few different types of sun dials. They were pretty cool. When we got to ...
... emotional state. After a long and exhausting afternoon of getting horribly lost to the point where I stood on the street repeating a number of obscenities out loud, I am heading off to bed. Hopefully this evening spent mapping out my next days destination will elevate any stress or future headache. I would also like to apologize for any grammatical errors or run on sentances in this entry as I must be exhausted, it is past 12 and I am half awake or rather the phrase now would be half ...
... separates Catalunya from Spain. This separation is emphasized by the fact that Catalan schools are taught in Catalan, not Castillian. Additionally, while English is a requirement for every child in the Catalan school district to learn, Spanish is not. Thus, it is difficult to consider the region to be Spanish when learning the national language of the country is not required. The presence of seny is exhibited in the Catalan pride in the region’s ...
... It was windy so we ate, walked in the sand, touched the water, found some neat shells and washed up pieces of really old looking tiles, had a glass of wine at a beach bar, then caught the bus back to the city. That night we made a hostel dinner everyone was jealous of and we did not share it. We had a bus to catch in the morning, so we only went out for two pitchers of sangria and one glass of wine.