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Despite the fact that we were exhausted from our long day of travel, we were both awake this morning about 8 am. That was partly due to the incredible view from our hotel. We have a room facing the Mediterranean Sea and we left the shades up so we could enjoy the view. As the sun rose, we awoke to the most amazing sunrise, the sea shimmering gold …
... and get really nervous about finding a train that would go to Berlin that night. Just when we started to calm down, a group of people came into the compartment and kicked us out because we were in their seats. Of course, because our seats were for the other train. So we grab all of our things, trying to explain that it wasn't our fault, we were given the wrong information. Now we're standing in the hallway with our purse, suitcase, and jackets trying to figure out where to go. The man ...
... take the bus about 15 mins to where everything is but trust me it is soooo worth it. Please take my word for it! You won't be sorry!!! So I get to my hotel, drop my bags and go right to the rooftop to the pool and Bar. My God...I am really in a Paradise. I sit there for a few hours just to soak it in....and of coarse have a few glasses of wine. Then I went to get ready for dinner. I went to one on the most prestigious restaurants in Barcelona. It was called Abac! Talk about top ...
... of calling his grandaughter to get her to try translate for us!!
So we finally had half a day free in Barcelona so bought an open air bus tour that we could spread over two days and used that to see a bit of Barcelona before hitting up the beach near Alex's hotel! The weather was stunning once again so we sunbathed and swam the rest of the afternoon away! We went out for some food that night, and managed to catch the NZ mens waterpolo team playing against the home ...
... hadn’t done any planning as usual and as we didn’t arrive at our hotel in the middle of the night the fun didn’t start until the next morning. Staying just outside of the tourist district it was a good 20 minutes stroll to get to town. We stopped at a pretty traditional place for breakfast, full of locals and not much in the way of English on offer. Managed to order ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarcelona Princess
Great hotel with wonderful service. Paid a little extra for a room with a view of the Mediterranean Sea and it was well worth it. Stylish, modern rooms. Clean. Room service was excellent if a little pricey. Close to Metro station and had no trouble navigating the neighborhood. I would definitely stay here again.
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