Husa Tres Torres
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... where are we going? it didnt even cross his mind that we were walking across the airport somewhere weird and why wasnt he parked where it said taxi? Sinisa starts asking him and the guy totally freaked out and then basically stormed off. We just looked at each other like what? well this is enough im tired of people being strange rude or trying to take my money I stormed over to the tourist information and asked do taxi drivers normally hang out IN the airport ...
... the girls were stocking up, much to Sean's delight. We meandered our way through narrow lanes and alleys of Gotic that opened up into plaza's with basilicas, cathedrals, restaurants, fountains, statues and more Roman ruins. Placa de Catalunya is a huge open space with a great feel to it. Its from here we wandered down La Rambla. Through chatting, we got the name of some great restaurants that were truly delicious. One was dinner at a Tapas ...
... was asked by a cute british boy where I was from in Canada last night, I proceeded to answer: "southern..." Immediately knowing this was wrong I did not want to correct myself and sound like an idiot. As such, the conversation continued... Roommate: "where in southern Canada?" Me: "by the mountains..." Roommate: "which side of the mountains?" Me: "okay I'm tired I am bad at geography..." Roommate: "Okay... So somewhere in Canada." Me: "precisely!" I will never make that mistake ...
... and Tarta de Queso (cheese cake)! Hmm delicious!
After the breakfast, a few small paths led us to La Catedral. From outside, it is soaring tall with Gothic details to perfection. Looking mighty magnificent. Once inside, very solemn and serene. It was amazing to witness the meticulous level of details. We also took an elevator to its tower to enjoy the view of this city. How was it? Well, let's just say we've seen ...
... out on the Mediterranean in the cold night night air, with the moon shining brightly. It was gorgeous. After we made it back to the hotel (on the first metro of the day) we took a brief nap before we were back at it. We got up a couple hours later and headed to the huge outdoor market on Las Ramblas called La Boqueria to meet out friends and get nourishment. We just wandered the stalls, checking out the fish and spices, and eating fresh fruit ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed