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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
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... the bus. The museum was housed in the old Royal Dockyards of Barcelona an amazing building with curved arch ceilings that used to house artilitary and trade goods. Now is a museum with a lot of model ships and different styles of boats in it the centerpiece being a huge boat that had been restored with the gold painting and decorations on it. We decided it would have been on if you weren't one of the slaves down below!! We then walked along the waterfront to the ...
... We had planned to go to a tapas bar by the hotel we stayed at in 2011. As we meandered through the shady streets (avoiding the sun, even though it wasn’t too hot today) we ended up in front of our current hotel. Spent, tired and beyond hunger, we chose to dine once again at the hotel. AND…once again we were blown away! We had Contemporary Tapas with glass of white wine…SO GOOD. Octopus ...
... with all the construction all over it. We went up the hill to the park Guell many times to look at the grand view of the city from up high. The park itself was quite unique with Gaudi's Dr. Seuss like buildings and structures. The culture in Barcelona was quite different in general from the rest of Spain seeing as it is Catalan and has a French influence as it is so close to the border of France. The language mostly ...
... thought this is like being at an RSA club, I feel like the youngest person here, and I'm 65. Anyway the gnome brought me a menu in English, and hovered to take my order. I started with chicken soup with pasta, then onto a first course of potatoes and vegetables, followed by a beef stew (real food), and that came with half a baguette of bread, plus a small carafe of red wine. It was really good, and as I ate it the ...
... 7 Americans. Our very interesting and knowledgeable guide, Marta showed us the sights of Barcelona and Montserrat (enriched with lots of local history and current affairs). Here's a quick summary of our day.... As we drove through the streets, Marta explained that when the old walls got torn down, the wealthy of the late 1800's and early 1900's wanted apartment buildings with exteriors that had a personal stamp. They would linger on the balconies or promenade in ...