Hotel Sol I Vi
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The Sol I Vi appears to be a family-run establishment. I've noticed the same woman walking around, and drinking coffee and wine by herself at a table in the entry. The same staff from last night is also here in the morning serving breakfast. We arrived at the Lavern-Subirats train station and asked the woman in the office to call our hotel and send …
... local and there were circles of people, mainly older, dancing what we presume was a Catalonia dance. It seems this is an annual Barcelona Festival. La Mercè is the festival of festivals, where, in just a few days there are hundreds of activities. It was quite dark by the time we reached the Arc de Triomf and it is really wasn't a patch on the real one. Of more interest was lights and marquees in the park through past the Arc. A large Wine ...
... well as the Guell
Park…although we did not go in. That night we hit a tapas restaurant with the
guide of our host. It was ok…sort of a more sophisticated tapas experience and
not what we were expecting. Tan still wasn’t feeling well and Wade and Tamara
were buggered so after dinner it was only Cobey, Baz and I that felt like a few
drinks. Barcelona seemed pretty dead as it was a Sunday night so we just went
to the hardrock café for a ...
... lap. He shook my hand and patted my shoulder and continued to make his way down the pier.
I tired to ask questions like how long they have been in Spain or how long they have been selling their goods for, but they didn’t answer. They were too concerned with the next customer. When someone went to take pictures of them at work they signal to stop. "No picture," the vender said.
As soon as the urban Wall St. floor was open ...
Today turned out to be more of a leisurely day than one of plans or itineraries. We had originally thought we were going to Montserrat but by the time we felt like we had the logistics figured out, we also felt like it was too late for a decent visit and we also worried we would be in trouble coming back into the city via train on NYE.
We had a quiet morning and didn't even leave the hotel until 1:00. We decided to go into the last area of the old town ...