Ciudad de Castelldefels Hotel
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... was repeated many times by the same person as they took picture after picture. Another behaviour that we found frustrating was the need for a person to get a picture of them groping the statues and other architectural features of the park. Then another person saw this was tolerated and wanted their picture by lounging on the same feature. This behaviour would continue ad nauseam until it was almost impossible to just get a picture of ...
... up going to the hospital after we landed.
June 24 (We landed the next day.)
When we got off the plane there was a very nice young woman waiting with the wheelchair. We were one of the first off the plane because we were in the second row but she told us we would have to wait for all the other passengers to deplane for safety reasons. She helped us get our bags and she tried to find our private transfer. After going back and forth in front of more than two dozen ...
... configured correctly. Saw a guy walking around picking up cigarette buts. not sure if he was picking up rubbish or going to break them down for the tobacco... At the other end of the socio economic scale was a well dressed women with a pusher transporting 2 small dogs. Jumped the bus to Park Guell and explored the grounds of Guidi and Count Guell's failed commercial venture - the residential garden city. Many ...
... We checked in, dropped off our bags and headed back toward the coast for dinner and drinks.
The beach was only about a mile from our hotel. On our walk down to the beach, we passed a giant canal, the Olympic Canal. This canal was used during the Barcelona summer Olympics in 1992. They had turned it into a wake boarding park which was pretty fun to watch as we walked. There were lines that ran along the ...
Our final full day in Barcelona was spent exploring works from Gaudi. Unfortunately due to both time constraints as well as admittedly, a lack of background knowledge into his history and achievements, much time was spent hopping from one famous landmark to the other.
We visited the churros cafe from the previous day to fuel up for the morning then hopped onto the metro line to the northern suburbs of Barcelona (I highly recommend purchasing a 10 ride pass for the Metro- a lot of ...