Hotel Sant Antoni
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... story, it was so much fun!
We knew about the hostels nightly party bus… for 4 euros ($6) you get a shot at the hostel bar, bus to a club and free entry. For us this was a no brainer and our new Jacuzzi friends thought so also.
12.30 the party bus was full, we were back seat bandits and dancing in the isles. For a Monday night the club was unbelievable, its like a Saturday night in the city at home….Barcelona has impressed on its first night. ...
... as well as enormous distractions. However, I do have to eat a healthy lunch and so charted out a lunch adventure in my neighborhood at a vegetarian restaurant with rave Yelp reviews called Teresa Carles on said iPad. It's just a 12 minute walk from my studio. So I dropped my things off from class, picked up the handy shopping cart I bought the other day and headed out for my first chance to do a tiny bit of exploring, one small adventure ...
Our first visited site in Barcelona couldn't have come at a greater point - The Temple of Tibidabo (literally translated from scripture, "I will give you all of this", as Satan tempted Jesus from the mountaintop). This Church was built as a Salecian Order church, with the land donated to St. John Bosco himself, who had the church built here, at the highest (or one of the highest) points in all of Barcelona! The views were ...
... most amazing park in the world. At 14th of March 2013, I went to Casa Batllo, the house is simply magic and I would love to be there again, after that I went to La Pedrera, I spend around 2 hours looking at all the different aspects of architecture trying to integrate nature into his ...
Checked out of a nice hotel and drove into Milton Keynes and had hot breakfast in a shopping centre. Then drove to Bletchley Park for the two museums - National Computer Museum and National Codes and Cypeher Centre (home of Enigma).
We had a guided tour of Bletchley and spent most of the day at the museums. Dad loved both museums, ...