Hotel Silken Ramblas Barcelona
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the title of plunge-pool as one would break ones neck on plunging and the surrounding area was packed with bodies all looking at the pool and the view beyond. This I found quite amusing as Marietta and Judy were the only ones in the pool and I thought they must have been the floorshow as everyone appeared to be looking at them. Not one to miss my chance in the spotlight I stepped, not plunged in - lovely! Swimming while looking at La Sagrada! The other girls eventually joined us and ...
... School I attend, but from a couple of others instead. There were two Germans, Monica and Michael; one Italian, Georgia, who also spoke English and German; 2 American teens from California and one Portuguese man, Joao besides the guide, Juan and me.
From Barceloneta, we went to the train station and took a train 40 minutes to the coast and Sitges after which we took a quick tour of the flower arrangements throughout the town's streets, ...
... took us to Catalunya Square. On the first night here, I had spotted a friend's Facebook status which said she was in Barcelona for a few days. We had made contact and agreed to meet in the cocktail bar of their hotel. Well done Bookface!
I had vaguely looked it up online and decided Hotel Ohla would be pretty easy to find.
It wasn't the best idea to head off into the little alleys first, though, specially as I had got the time ...
... to Sagrada Familia. We did have to wait in line for almost an hour and a half, but it was well worth the wait! It was possibly the most amazing building I have ever seen in my entire life! After we walked around and took pictures (pretty much the only pictures I have of Barcelona), we got to go to the top of one of the towers. Other than the fact that we had to look at a lot of the construction being done on ...
... but I passed a Hard Rock Café on the way back from the Apple store so decided to stop there. I was hungry and it was convenient to where I was at the time, so it was a logical and predictable place to stop for a meal. I noticed that they had a "guard" at the door to keep "undesirables" out, which seemed a bit unusual.
I went out again in the late afternoon and decided to take one of the Hop On/Hop Off Bus tours. The blue Barcelona Turistic Bus ...