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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Pelayo Barcelona
Basic rooms, great location, comfortable beds, clean bathroom with bidet and big towels, good value.
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... We decided to head to the top.
The pictures I posted in the last entry show the panoramas of Barcelona we were able to enjoy from the hill. This city is massive and if you look closely you can see a snow-covered peak in the distance. Yes, for those of you that know Gerard, it shouldn't surprise you that he considered hiking there and finding a way to snowboard it.
We continued over the ridge we stood on and took several more great pictures of ...
... you have to catch a cog train up to for the last bit. Absolutely spectacular scenery. .. or so we're told. Sam had been here on his first visit to Barcelona 6 yrs ago and has pretty much raved about it every opportunity since. Unfortunately it was rainy and overcast today so not only were there no views it was wet and cold so any plans we had for walking through the mountains were quickly shelved. We ...
Today we did not rest, even though the plan was to have a few hours at the beach - unfortunately we ran out of time. - 8am breakfast - 9am visit to Gaudi's first main design, the palace of Guell and his family: The Palace of Guell. Designed in the late 18hundreds by Gaudi. Over 5 levels complete with stables, grand staircase, chapel come entertainment room and ...
... out after one bite!) and some plump dark red cherries for something sweet.
We got the metro up to Park Guell, and half walked, half caught the outdoor escalators (thank goodness for them!) up the steep hill. We were almost over Gaudi by this stage, but Park Guell was a great way to finish up – something a little different (Gaudi’s take on landscape gardening) and fantastic views of the city on a clear blue BCN day. Park Guell came about around 1900, when a ...
... not my first
preference. We did not have enough time to get another. A spectacular water and
light show happens every half an hour most nights of the week in this area; we
arrived just in time for the final show at 11pm.
Following the show we met one of Ruben’
friends, Pablo, who grew up in Malaga but now lives in Barcelona. He was not as
fluent as everyone else in English but very friendly, after a few drinks we ...