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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... unfortunately, it was a disaster. Only two houses were built in the park. The park became Gaudi's residence for 20 years. After we went to Parc Güell, we said goodbye to Jordi, and then headed off to the Martím Museum. There was a lot to see and learn about the evolution of Catalonian ships.
... square chasing the pigeons.it go to around 8 pm and we decided to head back. Via a group of guys beating out a Cuban rhythm and having a bop around. Alfred went over and was mesmerised, he started waving his fists and stamping his feet until one of the guys wanted him to join them , then he got stage fright and just stared at them for ages. It was so funny. It was all too much for the little man and he was a sleep in the pushchair by the time we got back. ...
... Atlanta who were finishing up as we were just sitting down, they had been to this restaurant three nights in a row because the kids loved it that much. So after a long day and a wonderful meal we made our way back to the metro to journey back to our hotel and prepare ourselves for a busy New Years Eve.
The next morning we woke up and decided to finish off the last couple items on our Gaudi checklist, Park Guell and the inside of the Sagrada Familia. Bree had ...
... around Barcelona to explore before Spanish class and then went to the beach again and tried Bo d Be, a really fun sandshich shop with really cheap giant sandwiches. We then went to the beach again to relax in the sunshine. Later that evening, we went to Dow Jones, a fun apartment and Shuko where we danced and hung out with kids on the Ivy League program.
Thursday was a huge holiday in Barcelona called Diada de Catalunya. It ...
... International Fireworks Displays Competition. first week of July. The most important fireworks contest in the Mediterranean area is held every first week of July in Tarragona, in a wonderful bay -Punta del Miracle-, a place praised by the famous architect Antoni Gaudí. The competition selects six international pyrotechnic companies every year. edit
Santa Tecla Festival. between 15th and 23rd September. One of the most important Spanish traditional festival, ...