Luna Park Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... still just under 30 minutes until departure but they weren't budging. Laurence had checked us in and we only had carry on luggage but no amount of pleading would change their mind. There were quite a lot of expletives I can tell you! We would have been ok but the uber was stuck behind a rubbish truck on rue des martyrs which made him 15 minutes late picking us up but it was enough! We were incredibly lucky to get three seats on another flight and airline 2 1/2 hours later, it was ...
Today we had a bit of a late start cuz we were so tired after arriving at 3am from the airport... We first explored la Boquaria, which is the big market on la rambla. We had their fresh juices which were amazing and only one euro. Then we metrod over to parc gueull, which is a famous parc designed by antoni guadi. We climbed up the mountain and got an amazing view of all Barcelona. Afterwards we went to sagrada famillia but didn't go inside. The night was pretty rad. We went out for ...
... have 19 spires in total. The 12 spires over the entrances for the 12 apostles, one huge spire in the centre for Jesus surrounded by six smaller spires for the Virgin mother, Joseph and.....some other people. The sculpture at the entrances was just amazing. All biblical scenes of course, but a mix of classical and modern styles that blended amazingly well. I wanted to go in and see the interior of this monstrosity, hoping it would be just as overwhelming as the exterior, but ...
... we went and bought some bananas for our muesli and some tuna and pesto for lunch. We had our muesli with a dash of milk, a small tub of yoghurt and a banana each and it was a very satisfying late breakfast. I partnered it with a cup of black tea that tasted like home. By this point it was about 11:30, and we told Riley we would meet him downstairs at 12:20 to go to the Goudi park. This didn't go entirely to plan, as the master ...
... an insight how he worked. The second part of our tour was to go to see Park Guelle, a failed subdivision planned for 60 houses. The land had great views of the city, right across to the ocean. The concept failed because very few people owned cars at this time & it was quite a distance from the city. Only 2 houses were ever built on the land - Gaudi lived in one with his father and nephew until he moved out to live closer to Sagrada Familia. These houses looked ...