BCN Montjuic Hotel
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... into probably had better music.
It was time to go when we did - we had been dancing for nearly 4 hours and we were pretty tipsy. We left and started walking up the road. Found a metro station but it was closed. Amanda's feet were really hurting and was not in the mood to walk back to the hotel - nor was I. Luckily, I saw the train station and figured there would be taxis there. so we took a taxi back to the hotel and the fare was not too bad.
Getting to Park Guell The best and easiest way to get to Park Guell is definitely by taxi although it is lasso the most expensive method. The distance between the metro station and entrance is about 15-20mins walk with slight elevation before reaching the escalators. We took the metro to Lesseps Station and walked to the escalators. The route is pretty straightforward with signs indicating the direction on the way. From the exit of the station facing the road, walk ...
... sun was rising. We decided to walk up to the top of Montjüic (the Mountain of the Jews), which sits in the middle of Barcelona and has amazing views of both the city and the ocean. Walking up to the top was a terrible idea. First of all, it was pretty hot, but also it took us around an hour of straight walking up winding trains to the top. Don't get me wrong, the mountain was beautiful, but exhausting. Once we got to the top though, it was so ...
... folkloric dancing, and a sport - if you can call it a sport - that is only practiced in Catalonia: The castelles, aka, the human tower.
Yeah, it's exactly what it sounds like - people climbing on top on each other to form a human tower. It's pretty impressive, considering the weight the people on the bottom must carry, and the dangers of falling for those on top (this includes children).
It's 3 a.m. local time - buenas ...
It's a special feeling you have everytime you leave for a trip and you close the door, you open yourself to the world and you know that next time you'll cross that door you'll be a different person. You know you will meet some special people who could make you rethink about what matters in life. You know you'll be more tolerant and you know you'll live in a few days something that many people doesn't live in 10 years. Yes door, I'm in the part of you where life begins. Hasta ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility