Hotel SB Diagonal Zero Barcelona
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... newer" areas of Barcelona. The bus tour allows you an all day (or two day) pass to jump on and off of the bus and explore the notable areas of this amazing city. Although we tried to see the Sagrada Familia up close and personal, it was a half hour wait to buy tickets before an hour wait to get into the church itself. Highly under construction, it would still have been a rewarding visit, but ...
... the bar too every time we got some food or a drink, which made it quite fun! Once we arrived at Barcelona Sants station, we were immediately hit with glorious warmth as we exited the train. Barcelona Sants is an underground station so it was the familiar humid warmth you get underground, so no cause for celebration yet! But when we got outside it was the same! And that warmth was a key ingredient to us relaxing this week, as our main factor in choosing ...
... Call, 9, (Barri Gotic), Barcelona. He said he would ring and make a reservation as it was very popular and we may not get a table.
They walked a mere one hundred metres in a laneway even narrower than the one the hotel is located in and arrived at the restaurant which was packed with customers drinking, eating and enjoying each other's company. It appeared the owner had done the concierge a favour as they didn't think they would have been dining here if ...
... last 20 years of his life. The park encompasses beautifully tiled benches and statues that look like they inspired the works of Dr.Suess. Gaudi often used shards of tile discarded by companies to create his colourful mosaics and exteriors of buildings like Casa Batllˇ and the less colourful but no less imaginative La Pedrera. His architectural additions have come to define Barcelona even years after his passing. Mucho ¨nico!
... not too little, but not too much either (both can be distracting). I really got the sense that each window was strategically sized and positioned to let in just the right amount of light. - Nature - Whereas I find churches usually feel 'rigid' (too structured, dominated by pews - stand here, sit there, don't touch, etc), the Sagrada Familia felt inviting, like a walk in the park. One reason: the structural columns are designed like trees, branching out into ...