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Flights over were fine. Didn't sleep though, other than a few short naps. Arrived feeling hungover from too much plane food. The pre booked transfer to our accommodation was messy. Had to wait an extra hour and a half at airport for other passengers arriving on later flight and got dropped off at wrong street by driver relying on his Navman. The location was in fact Catalunya which is where the airport ...
It was a relatively early start for us this morning (out the hotel by 9am!!!) we had a quick decent brew at a Starbucks we have found close to our hotel and then headed over to the tourist bus stop. I know I've said it before, but you just can't beat those open top bus tours that take you around all the main attractions. We boarded the bus and arrived at the Sagrada Familia (Gaudi's still unfinished church). The queue for entry snaked around two sides of the building. We ...
Imagine a man, dressed as a devil, carrying a stick over his head the size of a yardstick. Imagine that that yardstick shoots out fireworks. Crazy, right? Well, now imagine that there are upwards of 100 of these men walking down the street at 9pm. Not only are people not running for dear life, but they are actually running toward these diablos. The closer they get, the better. But hey, at least the children stay home, right? Wrong. ...
... all our gifts on the way back to Atlanta - got a great deal from a small shop in the Old City. We walked back to the hotel for a rest and to figure out dinner plans. We wound up walking to Cera 23, a great Galician restaurant in a sketchy area of town. Our waiter, Carlos, was darling, and wound up selling us (at our request) a bottle of their house-made cana tostada to take home.
... and to discover a bit about their history. The museum houses all of the trophies that the teams have won, so I got my picture taken next to the trophy from FC Barcelona's last Champions league title. Our next visit was to the stands where we could get some good pictures of the field and bleachers. Standing on the bleachers, one gets a better sense of the size of the building. As we continued the tour, we were allowed to go down to field level to experience the stadium from a ...
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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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