Hotel SB Diagonal Zero Barcelona
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... Ryan that was the stop and knew he was going get lost. Eventually, we made it to the metro stop by our hostel, but then got lost for an hour trying to find the hostel. Clearly, we did not know Barcelona as well as we thought! After taking a taxi, we got to our hostel around 5pm. We took naps and showered. Hunger was soon an issue so Weston and Chandler went down the street to get us empanadas. They couldn't find the place so I went with them. We realized it was closed ...
... which had been converted from the old bull fighting arena. The views over the city were spectacular. We then went and saw a wonderful fountain display which was accompanied by beautiful classical music (similar to Bellagio in Vegas). This was up in the vicinity of the Olympics that were held in 1992.
There is another wonderful Cathedral in Barcelona, the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia. I know it seems like I am on a cathedral crusade but not really; its just ...
... the time I spent here proved me completely wrong, but wrong nevertheless.
The first thing one notices, or at least should notice, are the Catalan flags hanging outside hotels, ours included, stores, and apartment buildings. I went for a run, only 45 minutes long, and gave up counting how many flags I saw after I counted thirty-five of them. It is both frightening and amazing to see the fervor the people of this city hold for their land. ...
... and was so refreshing for me. As we made our way to the cathedral, we stumbled upon a few other Gaudi buildings.If you aren't already familiar with his work, do a quick Google Image search. I assure you that you won't be disappointed. The man was brilliant.
The Cathedral itself was literally one of the coolest buildings I have ever been inside. The outside, of course, is magical, but the inside is just phenomenal. The light play with ...
... my #firstworldproblems the crust wasn't torched enough on my brûlée. It was followed by an espresso shot!
How can I forget Sangria! It was absolutely divine, quite strong but delicious. The Flamenco dancing was interesting - they were really passionate about this line of dance and performing.
We went to the Olypium bar for pre drinks - We had shots for 2Euros, Beers for 3 and cocktails for 5 Euros - Contiki Special ! Winning!
Might I add, the ...