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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... more customers than they could serve as the crowds got even larger. We were lucky to get good viewing sites two rows back from the roped off square by getting there early. And it was well worth it. The fireworks set to music were fantastic. The vibe was great and contagious. The crowd barely thinned as we walked back to the hotel. We found out the next morning that the local newspaper estimated the crowd as 1.5 million. What a memory! ...
... streets are lined with superb looking Tapas bars with hundreds on huge hams hanging & ageing. The best Iberian ham is taken from wild black pigs that live on a diet of acorns. As you walk along the street every second shop is the most mouth watering tapas bar & interspersed by lovely italian clothes & shoe shops. We stopped for a coffee & mouth watering chocolate crossiant to rest our weary bodies. Lunch time we went to ...
... and I guess i could describe it a little similarly to Kings Park. We walked around the park area and saw a band who were awesome and had way too much energy. There were heaps of people selling soveneirs and there were police patrolling. Every time the police were near you would just see a made dash of the vendors collecting up their stuff and running into the forest. There were really good views of Barcelona from here. ...
... in 2026. Gaudi- The architect knew it wouldn't be finished in his life time so made a whole lot of models. Great city for shopping, also has a lot of department stores here. A lot of people don't speak English so a bit hard communicating. Some useful phrases... Yes - Si Please- Por Favor Thank you - Gracias Good morning- Buenos Dias Excuse me- De ...
... it had an almost Parisian air about it, only the waiter was way more friendly, not having quite perfected the Parisian sneer.
The little alleyways here are wonderful. They afford shelter from the sun and a great canvas for what has been elevated from mere graffiti to street art. Almost every doorway has been daubed, and much of it is not just colourful, but also pleasing in design. Maybe I would have a different opinion if it were my front door, though.