Hotel SB Bcn Events
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 8220;Quite common here.” That explained a lot, including my raised
hackles from the moment I stepped out of the taxi.
I thought back and even wondered if the taxi
driver thought I was asking for a ride to “work”. Good Grief. Now, for those of you who are
worried for my safety, I don’t believe I was in any immediate danger, and having
become street smart in Italy, I have the honed instincts needed ...
Karliana and I leisurely strolled downstairs for some free breakfast at the hostel and discovered slim pickings. Turns out that being in a hostel this big really puts a damper on the amount of food one can get if they arrive later on. I couldn't differentiate which dishes were clean and which were dirty. A germaphobe's worst nightmare. If these are dirty cereal bowls, why are they right beside the cereal? If these are clean cereal bowls, why are there still chunks of wet ...
... be cheap. While the flight was cheap, we did have to pay baggage fees, still ended up cheaper than a train, but there were no frills to this flight what so ever. Not even a glass of water for free, everything was charged. Luckily it was an hour flight and we would be in Barcelona soon.
When we arrived it was like a breath of fresh air! It was sunny and warm and everyone spoke Spanish. Finally I felt like ...
... in the US. It combined the tradition of the Spanish celebration of the Spanish culture with the American eating culture of heavy consumption of food. It was honestly so good and just writing about it makes me want to fly to Barcelona to just get another sandwich.
After lunch we made our way to Park Guell, one of the most iconic places to visit in Barcelona. Half of the adventure for us to get there was just wondering through the Spanish neighborhoods on our way to the park. ...
... unless it is to go. We had to fetch our check at lunch, the pastry break, and dinner. They expect you to stay, and we could have chatted all afternoon, but our time is limited in Barcelona, so we kept moving. It kept us awake because every time we sat down, we slowed down.
Tomorrow it's the Sardana at noon at the Barcelona Cathedral, La Rambla, and we board our ship.
I've attached some random photos. Too many to go through and ...