Advance Hotel Barcelona
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... a late dinner before wandering back to the bikes. It is after midnight when we head for home, but bars and restaurants are still full everywhere. We go through the gates into the park, but our gamble has not paid off and when we reach the gates the other side, they are locked. These gates and the spiked steel park fence are over 8ft tall. It is starting to look like we might have to spend the night here. We cycle on to the next set of gates: locked. As we retrace ...
... designed based on the benefactor back in the day. Then, upon leaving the Cathedral and entering the cloisters attached, it is like entering a tropical paradise with palm trees and a pond with geese. It presents an image of tranquility in a mad city of chaos. As a fan of old school gothic structures, Barcelona Cathedral definitely exceeded my expectations, considering I really had none going in since the focus of anyone coming ...
... morning as their night clubs don't begin to get busy until about 2 a.m. I'm not much of a going out person, but the environment present in this city definitely inspires you to dance the night away. La Sagrada Familia has one of the most modern, yet fascinating interiors I have ever seen in a cathedral, especially of those in Europe. It's Gothic inspired exterior is just as impressive. The overall ambience of Barcelona makes you feel relaxed; no wonder this ...
... a nifty 2 hours and before we know it we are on the airport bus heading into Barcelona. We check into the lovely Crowne Plaza Fira Centre at just after12 and our room is ready. Lovely big spacious room with the largest flat screen TV I have ever seen in a hotel room. It's bigger than the one at home. We head out to explore the surrounding area. We are close to the Montjuic area of Barcelona. Montjuïc is translated as "Jew Mountain" in ...
... over the top but certainly a memorable experience.
We grabbed the Hop-on bus making the rounds of the new part of the city ending up at the Parc Guell which is a large hillside park planned and built originally as a real estate development. It unfortunately failed so it is now a large city park with many Gaudi structures. Every featured attraction had a very long wait time, it was hot as hell so we proceeded to just wander around.
We walked down the hill ...