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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... shape of the roof was so strange. There's also something called a Catalan vault that was new for us.
Although we were slightly stinky, we went to the nearby nice restaurant Travis had selected for lunch (Freixa Tradicio). We felt a little underdressed but there wasn't anything we could do about it. We thought that's why they stuck us in the back room but it turned out there was a party of 20 who took up the main room. We split a cheap bottle ...
... else had ordered and wishing we had ordered that instead! So much food, so little time! Food/Wine/Beer A visit to Spain could not be complete without Tapas, Paella, Sangria and Beer. So we tried each. Multiple times! We have tried very hard to limit our food intake as our clothes are getting a little tight! It also doesn't help that we have been eating ALL day, with breakfast at about 7:30am and then dinner at about 10:00pm, as Spanish people don't eat until late. We have ...
... we had last eaten. The decision was made to find food, and something decent. The only problem was, unbeknownst to us, we were now in between Spanish meal times. We decided to return the block and a half to the hotel, grab some tapas and wine to hold us over and wait out the opening dinner time of most local restaurants at 8:00. Not the best idea as by that time, we were all exhausted and while we had a nice dinner, it was a bit of a struggle to get through it.
... in his later prolific career as a Barcelona architect as he forged his own unique way through the developing artistic movement those in the know call modernism.
At least, that how I understood things from the brief visit to the Gaudi museum located in part of the La Sagrada Familia. The museum was most interesting but the vastness of his vision was calling me back so I probably wasn't able to absorb all the factual stuff.
We'd avoided ...
... tapas restaurant. Then Lana and I returned to the hotel and crashed. It was so good to fully stretch out on a comfortable bed and succumb to a long afternoon siesta. Afterwards, we roamed the nearby market, the Marcat de la Boqueria, that was filled with both locals and tourists admiring and purchasing fresh and dried fruit, vegetables, wafer-thin slices of cured ham, seafood, nuts, spices, and frozen juice pops. Dinner was ...