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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... glasses of the house vino tinto, we had had a fabulous meal at the Tapas bar and were back out on the streets, which somehow seemed to be even more crowded than before. We made another stop for hot chocolate and churros this time before returning to the hotel. We enjoyed the things we did today but the hordes of people made it a bit difficult to fully appreciate the parts of the city we saw. Tomorrow, we hope, will be a bit different, but if not, we will definitely move to the ...
We've had an eventful first week in Barcelona. We arrived last Sunday night in the dark and rain and took a taxi to the apartment. This apartment was one of the first I rented when planning our trip a year ago. At that time, I had read warnings about the danger of renting apartments through individual owners on Homeaway and other websites, so I thought it would be safer to use a rental agency stationed in the US. Big mistake. This was the worst apartment ...
... down! We found shelter in a bar, which where we initially thought was the most we'd ever payed for a small beer as Jed didn't receive any change...but then turns out they were relatively cheap after about 1/2 hour when the bartender finally gave us the change?! We stopped at the rather magnificent Sagrada and took plenty of pics, only to discover we were actually looking at the back of it, rather than the front! So we walked round to the front, ...
The German Airline, Condor, which very efficiently flew me
across the Altantic has a motto: "Wir Leiben Fliegen", or Born to Fly. Appropriate, since I feel I am fulfilling a
latent soul intention by traveling. The
French, as usual, were on strike (Air Traffic Control), so the leg through France
was longer and lower than normal, allowing me to see more of the landscape, and
coming into Barcelona was stunning.
... end they were forced to surrender. It is easy to sympathize with the people of Barcelona, since their whole identity is centered around the Catalonian soul.
After the museum I continued on my little pilgrimage and found another three churches. Technically, two were basilicas. The fourth church (basilica) I saw was the Basilica de Santa Maria del Pi. This basilica was slightly smaller than the one dedicated to Santa Maria del Mar. However it was just ...